Hi all, so I've done it, I accidentally dropped my iPhone 4 in the water. Managed to take it out after 4-5 seconds (an eternity). So, this is what I've done. 1) Turned unit off IMMEDIATELY 2) Removed excess water by shaking it and using a towel 3) Removed backplate and battery 4) Used a hair drier (on cool setting) to get rid of excess water for both battery and main unit - tilted unit in different angles to get inside as more air as possible. Remove excess water with cloth too 5) Put battery back on (without backplate cover), turned unit on, iPhone worked but noticed that the metallic area around sides of the phone / nearly bottom of the phone got quite warm too quickly so switched it off straight again as I thought 'something isn't right' Is this because a. There was still water in the unit somewhere or b. You shouldn't turn the unit on without the backplate because it works as the antenna or c. both. 6) Now I removed the battery again, main unit, battery and backplate are lying on a table to completely dry. NEXT STEPS: a) I'll wait 24 hours then reassemble the unit/battery and see what happens. Anybody who would like to chime in with some useful advice...? PS: I was going to buy an IP6 (or IP6+) in the next few months, so I don't want to replace it right now...But at least it seems that the main circuit / battery haven't fried yet. PPS: Yes - before you ask...I dropped it in the loo. Thanks for your help.