Hi everyone, Well, I took my replacement iPhone back yesterday because of the light leakage issue, I know I said I cancelled my Genius appointment but after watching a podcast in bed on Tuesday night it annoyed me so I went in on Wednesday morning and they replaced it no problems. However, while I was waiting at the Genius Bar, the girl who was attending to the gentleman before me was being told that his Water Sensors had been tripped, telling him that "half of the sensor in the headphone socket is pink", which means it's been "subject to liquid at some point". I braced myself for the tirade about to come from the customer, until the Genius promptly followed up with ... "However, this can come from condensation or from even the tip of the headphone jack on your headphones being wet, so what I'll do is go through the back and open your iPhone up. If the sensors inside aren't tripped, then you're ok for a replacement". Given the horror stories on here about how one dot of pink on the Water Sensors have led to people being turned away with voided warranties, I thought I'd let you guys know if no-one has already mentioned it elsewhere (I couldn't see anything). Many have called for common sense when it comes to the Water Sensors, and it looks like Apple have finally listened and began checking the internal sensors for signs of Liquid Damage, which after all is where any real spillages or soakings are going to affect.