Moisture under glass, effecting retina screen.
I had a headphone jack break off in the iphone 4 audio port. I took it to a Genius he told me Apple would not help and I could use a pen or glue to remove it myself. I attempted removal first via screw to no avail. So then I dared to use super as suggested by the Apple Genius. I place a small amount on the end of the broken jack inserted it with the phone held upside down and then let it stand upright for about an hour. When I attempted to remove the jack it was superglued in place.
Here we now come to my situation and question. I used a slight about of acetone poured directly into the audio port to devolve the glue. It did just enough and the broken jack came out clean. I then blow dried the port and let the phone sit in the sun for a few hours.
The phone works, audio and all, but now it seems through evaporation acetone got under the glass and caused a warping of the screen. It looks dimmer in certain areas like a dirty sheet was wrinkled underneath, behind what is displayed on the screen.
Can I disassemble the iphone and clean the residue away?
P.S. When I press on the glass the darkens spread and is relieved upon releasing of my finger.
Is this a good question?