I was taking a bath and dropped my iPhone 4 into the water. It had a water resistant (Not water proof) case. it went under for less than a second, and the charging hole never went under at all, but I immediately shut it off, removed the case, wiped it off with a towel, and grabbed a bag of rice. As soon as the phone made contact with the rice, it turned on. I still let it sit there off for a few minutes in fear (although I know that short an amount of time can't do much to dry it). I took it out and turned it on. there were some grains of rice wedged in the speakers, but (I think) I got all the rice out. Everything seemed to work fine, except for the speakers, so I put the case on and went on a date, during which my phone ran out of battery and died. when I got home, I plugged it in, and it turned on after a few minutes. It still said that headphones were in even though there were no headphones, but I used a cotton swap and cleared the moisture out of the jack, and it worked fine. About an hour later (during this hour, I was on Instagram. My phone was connected to wifi and plugged in), my iPhone lost all sort of connection, then powered off. I kept it plugged in, and it would display the apple logo for a few seconds, and then the screen would go dark, then display the apple logo, then go dark. I unplugged it when the logo was displayed, and it went dark. Now it is unplugged, and not responding to any power button. What is going on?