Water stuck in iPhone screen
Ok here's my problem. My iphone 4 has home button problem since the last 2 months. So, since then I have known a solution from google saying rub it with a little alcohol around the home button. I do not have any, but I use the iKlear apple polish to do it. It works will, until today, it stop working.
Stop working as it is not responding at all. So i add more of this iklear, BOOM my screen is watery :( I pour too much and it gets into it via home button.
Below the screen, i can see the screen is not the same as before, and i believe it is iklear thats get into it.
I was wondering, is my SCREEN spoil???
Or that water stuck in between the glass case and above screen board?
As for now I do not dare to switch it ON.. so its OFF and i put it in a container with RICE...
OK after 2 days... i hardly see my screen wet.. just 1 small white dot at the corner. now another problem is, my iphone didnot make any keypad, keylock, no sms tones, no sound playing any game/youtube.. but the phone is still ringing over phone call and sound notification. i can hear everything with headphone, but not without it. why?? is it because i soak in rice???
I end up sending my phone to a shop for repair, since warranty void for water damage.. Got my home button fix...
as for the no text sound, no keylock sound, and no keypad sound, it has nothing to do with headphone jack... BUT the problem is with my dock connector error which recognize my iphone in dock speaker mode so it mute all that sound except ringtone.
so i fix home button & dock connector.
My display do have a little bit white spot, which the shop cant even detect it, but i already know where it is. So i dont change it since it is like to little.
Thanks for all the respond here, it really helps :)
no idea what's in iKlear...hopefu
iKlear if I read this right it seems to be 99.1% water! hmmm....1) you could put tap water in and save money, 2) water is going to cause corrosion, 3) takes absolutely ages to dry out. I really would look in to taking the phone apart more and cleaning the parts and components with some cleaning/rubbin
Probably your dock connector, but could also be headphone jack tricking phone to always be on. Did you clean any parts of your phone?