iPhone4s is overheating and drains battery fast after water damage?
The phone was dropped in a pool. It went 10 feet deep but was fished out right away. My friend put it out in the sun to dry for 2 hours.I dried it on the inside by carefully drying the internal parts excluding the display area with a paper towel, then putting it a mixture of rice and packets of silica gel to absorb any left over moisture, but i didnt receive the phone for about a day, so there wasnt much inside. i replaced the battery and it turned on but it would burn up charge faster then it would receive charge. also the antenna dead, i think that might be related to it, but I put it in airplane mode and it still continued to use juice. Perhaps a short within a non essential part? I have disassembled the phone and reassembled it when i was drying it. I was able to turn it on and it worked but it burns energy faster than I can charge it. I have tried disconnecting a few parts and then plugging it in but it still heats up so it isn't the camera or the buttons.
Is this a good question?