Hi Guys, I need to some advice here. I got my iphone 5 on launch day and have been using it perfectly well for the past 2 weeks. I've been in France for the last 2 weeks on holiday. So basically it was working perfectly fine on Saturday morning at 50% Battery life. Then I went out, driving in my car with the phone in my pocket. When I took it out to use it again, it just wouldn't start up and was completely dead. Took it to Apple store in Paris and the guy said that I had a red dot in the water sensor, resulting in it dying. Now this is really perplexing because I have never even let the phone touch water at all. It was always either in my pocket, or on the bed, or on the table. Water has never ever touched it.... I've never taken it into the shower.. I've never spilled a drink onto it or dropped it into one.. I've never walked in the rain with it... so I am really perplexed as to how on earth it can just die for no reason when it was working perfectly fine just a few moments earlier.. Apple says on its website that water damage isn't covered by warranty... but my case now is ridiculous because I have never ever let the phone touch water, and am totally perplexed as to how the water sensor could even turn red... Any advice would be greatly appreciated!