Friday night I had to rush into a pool to grab my 3-year-old who had followed some older kids off the steps and was going under. Yep, beloved 4S was in my pocket, wouldn't you know it? Immediately I dried it as best I could, the screen was black, but it occasionally vibrated and the flash LED light was going on and off. The phone also felt warm. I dried it even more, took it home, packed it in rice in a ziplock back and followed that by keeping sealed bag in my warm car for two and a half days. Now, when I attach it to a charger, nothing happens except the LED eventually turns on -- and stays on. And then, after awhile, the chirp sound indicating a charger connection does chime -- but then repeats every minute or so on a cycle. My biggest fear (total dad priorities) were that the last couple weeks or even months of photos and videos I took of my kids were gone forever, as I hadn't uploaded to my MBP (and then backed up) in ages. But tonight I connected it to the MBP, nothing happened for awhile, but then the chirping began and iPhoto launched -- and all my pics were intact. Still, can't power up the phone and the LED stays on. Seems brighter if I charge it longer (I stopped after awhile because I've got work to do and the chirping annoyed me). Is there any chance at saving the phone? I do have AppleCare on everything -- will they replace it for a fee? If so, do they replace it with a brand-new device or a "factory refurbished" one? I've had a lot of bad experiences with the latter over the years, across many brands. Never had a refurb apple product, though. Sorry for the long post.