So I went swimming with my iPhone in my pocket yesterday... this seems to have worked for me, maybe it will for you, but obviously no guarantee. The warranty's void, so what have you got to lose? 1. DO NOT TRY TO TURN IT ON, OFF OR WAKE IT UP! Fight the instinct. Wrap it in a towel and try to remember that life goes on. My theory is that any new electricity flowing through may cause a short in the electronics. Hopefully you too thought of that. Mine seemed to automatically shut off, but I'll never really know. 2. BUY A NESCO AMERICAN HARVEST FOOD DEHYDRATOR. Even at $70 it beats replacement cost at the Apple store. Plus, you get to make jerky to celebrate if it works! The FD-60 Snackmaster looks like one I have. http://www.nesco.com/category_449f7f01f1ea/session_996c655328e9/ I hate to say it, but Target or Walmart may have one in stock. 3. Pop out the sim card with a paper clip, I even took out the tiny bottom screws. 4. Shake out the water. Then give it a blow with canned air GENTLY in the earpiece, headphone jack and USB port. 5. Leave it in the bottom rack of the dehydrator set between 105 and 115 degrees for 24 hours. Like a really hot day in the desert. It felt warm to the touch, but not hot. Mine wouldn't turn on after I pulled it out of the dehydrator. Then I plugged it into my iMac and lo and behold the Apple startup came on. I would suggest not doing that and instead plugging it into the USB charger. Maybe I got lucky, but I've ran through all the options, wireless, phone (receive & call), text message just came in, motion and camera work. Everything appears to work, even the screen looks normal. If it stops working I'll post the bad news. Good luck!