iPhone 4S and swimming..

xjosh

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Original poster
Jan 7, 2011
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Denmark
Hello.

Im going to swim im an indoor pool later today, but i have a question.
For safety reasons I have to bring my backpack (eastpack) inside the pool area. Can I lay my phone in my backpak without triggering the sensors?

Thanks.
 

bp1000

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Jul 7, 2011
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Of course but don't put it in a puddle of water, preferably off the floor and I would put it in another bag inside your main bag, perhaps a plastic bag.
 

TheNewDude

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Mar 17, 2010
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A ziplock bag works well in my opinion.
I put it in a Ziplock bag and then in another Ziplock bag. That way there are no chances of a "Mistake" or "Accident".
 

julesw

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May 22, 2010
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are the krussels good?

there's something nerve racking about taking you iphone underwater,
with a flip you could handle a disaster, though it would hurt, but not with an iphone 4s!
 

BiggAW

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Jun 19, 2010
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I couldn't get myself to take mine underwater, no matter what case I had it in... unless underwater meant in a submarine. :)
 

Megalobyte

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Dec 30, 2007
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Florida
The aquapak works very well, I took my ip4 in my pool and hot tub many times, I've had the case about a year I'd say snd it's still waterproof. And they're cheap too.
 
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