Frozen iPhone -- No, really, I live in Michigan

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by ashleymichelle, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. ashleymichelle macrumors newbie

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    So I'm a professional at breaking Iphones: fore example, I dropped one off a cliff in Utah while I was party rock shuffling, have had various swimming incidents, there was a throwing and not catching incident before I knew how easy it was to replace the screen, actually peed on one once when it fell out of my back pocket during a drunken outdoor peeing emergency.

    More recently, I lost my iPhone for the past 2-3 weeks. I thought I may have left it on the hood of my car, so I searched up and down my road for it -- hoping a plow truck wouldn't have plowed it away. And, of course, looked all over my home. In that time I have taken several trips 50+ miles driving at 70+ mph -- now I'm just bragging because I think this is crazy.

    To my disbelief, today I found my iPhone on the hood of my car. It obviously has been covered in snow as I live in Michigan, but I'm curious as to what my best chance for salvaging this phone will be. I currently have it in a bowl of rice, and I'm not planning to charge it for several days. Is there anything else I can do that might increase my chances of not buying my umteenth iPhone??
     
  2. Cody3133 macrumors member

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  3. barkomatic macrumors 68040

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    If its been consistently cold since you lost it, then perhaps not that much moisture got inside. If it doesn't survive, perhaps you'd be better off with something cheaper.
     

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