Hey all, hoping for some advice. Over the last couple of weeks, the battery in my iPhone has started to flake out - the phone is always warm to the touch, the battery lasts about an hour and if I plug it into the computer, most of the time it's unable to charge as the battery drains faster than the computer can replenish it. I took the phone to the Apple store (the only one in Melbourne) and the rather brusque and unhelpful "Genius" claimed that it was water-damaged. She was out with her little torch and magnifying glass before I even finished explaining the problem, and pointed out what she claimed were signs of corrosions on the pins of the dock. Only thing is, the phone has NEVER got wet - it spends all its time in my pocket. And even if there is some external corrosion (which as far as I can see, there isn't - the "corrosion" she pointed out looked suspiciously like dust to me), I can't see how that would cause the battery to die so quickly. In short, it looked to me like she was determined to diagnose water damage and make me pay $200 to replace what I think is a deflective unit. Not sure quite where to go from here - it's kinda my word against theirs, really. Is this something best resolved with Apple customer support over the phone? Ideas?