Hi! I have been trying to find out where the water sensors are on the iPhone 4S. I haven't had too much luck. My daughter took my iPhone when I was looking the other day and got some water on the screen under my otterbox. When I took it out I immediately dried it off and turned it off and put it in some rice. When I took it out all seemed perfect and everything worked great! Well, this week it randomly started rebooting and at first it did it like once or twice a day and by Thursday it was doing it like 10-15 times throughout the day. Super annoying. Anyways I took it to the AT&T store (as we don't have an Apple store anywhere around and the closest place is 5 hours away) and the guy looked at it, plugged it in, and then said the bad news was that I was going to have to restore it and I would loose everything, but could back it up later. I asked about water damage and he said nope, all was great. Well I did what he said and it worked for awhile without rebooting, but today it has done it a ton. Apple said that I should mail it in adn they could fix it, probably some glitch, but after reading several posts about people taking their phones into Apple and coming out with a replacement, it makes me want to drive the 5 hours to take care of it rather than being without a phone for 5-10 days! So I just wanted to know about the sensors so I could see for myself if they were tripped or not before sending it in to Apple as I know they wouldn't give me a new one. I might as well take it to a 3rd party to have it fixed!