Hey guys. I'm sorry if this question has been asked before, but I wasn't able to find too much info about it on google. When I first saw the Liquipel demo I was pretty blown away by it. However, one thing came to my mind right away. I'm sure as you all know, iDevices have water damage sensors. iPhones have one at the bottom of the headphone jack and I believe where you plug in your USB cable. So for example, if you were to drop your phone in the pool, the sensors would show that there was water damage done to the phone, and Apple can refuse to fix it (even if the problem you're having isn't related to water damage). If you have liquipel and your phone comes in contact with water, would the sensor show it? Or would they stay unchanged as if nothing ever happened?