I bought an iPhone in September of last year and I was using it unlocked, jailbroken, and fake-activated on T-mobile. Last week I went rafting and I put in in a "waterproof pocket by speedo". The boat capsized so I fell in the water with the iPhone in the waterproof pocket in my backpack. When I checked it, there was some moisture in the clear plastic pocket, but not even a drop of water was in there. However, when I got home, my phone started to do weird things such as rebooting and the touch screen sometimes worked and sometimes didn't. After the battery died, I let it dry for 36 hours in rice, because rice absorbs moisture. Then I plugged it into the wall adapter. The home button would work and also the ringer/silent switches would work. However, the touchscreen wouldn't work and also the power button doesn't respond. I took the phone to Apple today, but they wouldn't replace it because my phone wasn't activated on the AT&T network. They said that if I signed up for AT&T they would get me a replacement phone. Of course I didn't because it is an ripoff. So I came home with a semi-functional phone that doesn't do much. Does anyone have any suggestions such as any replacement touch screen kits, taking the phone apart and selling it, or actually activating the phone? Here's a video showing exactly what's going on: http://youtube.com/watch?v=fEAkU21Hj54 What would you do?