I brought my 5s to one of those screen repair shops in perfectly working condition. I returned after 30 mins and was asked if my phone had ever had any water damage. I told them that I had gotten water in the phone a while back but after it dried up, my phone was fine and hadn't given me any problems since. They said that had I told them I had a history of water damage, they would have never opened the phone up because now the phone would not turn on past the apple logo before shutting down. I think it's a bit ridiculous for them to say that I should have offered up that bit of information as it was not something I even thought about much after the day it happened. Instead, I feel that it's more logical for them to ask the customers that question if that is indeed a concern when doing a screen replacement. They currently still have my phone (day 3) and are trying to fix it but I'm beginning to think that the chances they get my phone to work are slim to none. My question is, is a history of water damage indeed a reason for something like this to happen or do you think they damaged the phone while trying to replace the screen and are just looking to offset the blame? Also, if they don't fix the phone, am I just supposed to chalk this up as a loss or can I hold them responsible to replace it? No forms of any kind were signed. Thanks!