I dropped my iPhone EDGE directly into a sink filled with water. It fell to the bottom as I rushed to get it out as quickly as possible. The phone's display began to flicker, and it eventually just turned off. After hours, upon hours of keeping the phone in front of a fan, and a day of keeping the phone in a bag of dry uncooked rice.... Whaddaya know... the thing turned back on when I hooked it up to my MacBook Pro. I was so excited. On the surface eveything seemed fine. The touch screen worked flawlessly, the speakers sounded fine, the accelerometer was good as new, the camera works fantastically. NO apparent issues. Then a message popped up saying : "This accessory is not made to work with iPhone." and then something about airplane mode. This message is continually appearing about every minute and a half. So after I disconnected the phone from my computer... the same message continued to appear... WITH NO ACCESSORY OF ANY KIND ATTACHED! Then I tried to make a called my girlfriend to let her know my phone came back to life! About 2-3 minutes into the conversation she could no longer hear me. I could hear her just fine, but ever since then NO ONE can hear me unless I yell at the top of my lungs... even then they can barely understand what I'm saying. Here's the kicker: After researching what Apple has done for other people in this situation, I was made aware of the white water sensor in headphone jack of the 1st iPhones. It turns red or pink if exposed or comes into contact with water. I've read how sensitive that little thing can be. Some people have taken their phones into the bathroom, and left it on a sink while they showered....and the sensor turned pink because of the humidity and moisture in the air of their bathroom. But mine? After being fully submerged in water, is still white as snow. and shows no other apparent water damage signs.I've even looked at it with a high intensity LED light.... there is NO pink, red or any color but White. If I fail to mention my dropping of the iPhone into my sink... does Apple have any other ways of seeing water damage? And why wouldn't my sensor change color since I DID drop the thing into water?