Brothers iPhone 5 went for a swim. Instantly retrieved it apparently, and the LSI didn't get triggered. Nevertheless, it's sitting in a bag of rice to play it safe. Now the important part: Since there is no hard proof that it ever came into contact with water, do geniuses open the phone up to examine it before replacing it? Because it had WiFi and sync issues since he purchased it recently, and was going to get it replaced anyways. However, I'm guessing if the phone is opened up then there's bound to be some visual damage or maybe liquid still there. Can any geniuses or owners speak from first hand experience in regards to this situation? Will they in fact open and thoroughly examine it, or just see that the LSI was not triggered and replace it on the spot? Thanks!