So I have a couple questions about water damage. Long story short, iPhone 4S slipped out of my hand and into a sink where water was running. Didn't get real wet, and everything seems to work fine, but it appears as if the water sensor in the dock has been triggered. Typically if you swap a phone under warranty with Apple, your new phone will continue on the same warranty as your old one so if you still had six months left, the new phone would be covered for those six months. But when you water damage your phone, the warranty is gone. So if I get an OWR from Apple, will the new, undamaged phone still have warranty, or only for the normal 90 days for a refurb? Also, what types of issues should I be looking for to determine if my phone is actually damaged? Apps work great, touchscreen is still good. Speaker and mic still work. Everything seems absolutely fine. Like I said, it didn't get real wet, and I don't think any water got inside, but there was definitely water in the dock and headphone jack. Thanks in advance. Anyone having any luck getting phones replaced for free now that there is AppleCare + (which I didn't get)? If I go in for a replacement, I wouldn't lie, and would be willing to pay the $200 if necessary (just not happily). I plan to keep the phone and not get it replaced if it continues to work fine.