I have an iPhone 4 16 GB. This morning I woke up to water spilled on my iPhone and on its charger which it is plugged into. &$#^. I turn on the iPhone, it comes up just fine. The volume is being inconsistent (sometimes it'll not work and show me the volume icon with no bar under it, which is a concern but not my chief concern). My chief concern is this. I unplug my iPhone, and my charger is blackened at the end, there's an ember on it. I quickly put it out and laid the charger to rest. But now, my iPhone won't take a charge when plugged into my (perfectly functional) spare charger, and it won't recognize when I plug it into iTunes. I'm afraid what happened is the water + electricity of my charger heated it up and fried the 30 pin connector in my iPhone. As of this writing, my phone has 43% battery and will not take a charge. I am backing it up to iCloud right now in the event of needing a new phone. Have I come to the only possible conclusion here? If so, what do I need to do to get it fixed? Or am I going to need a new iPhone? EDIT: It's quite possible that the liquid indicator has not activated, though I can't tell for certain. If this is true, might I be able to get it fixed/get a new phone based on the fried 30 pin?