Hello MacRumors, I have made an account on here purposely for this thread as I am a teenager who doesn't have much money to buy a new iPhone. I have an iPhone 3GS which I've had for about four years now, and a few weeks ago, I kinda left my phone on a wall face-down and sat on it without realising. That isn't the cause of this problem though. I went on a trip out for a couple of days and managed to leave the cap off my water bottle inside my backpack (which my phone was inside too) and water got into the phone. I put it in rice as soon as I got home and I've put a hairdryer to it an hour ago and plugged it into the wall. It turned on after about twenty-five minutes but it's been stuck on a white screen. So, I plugged it into my computer and iTunes is saying that it's in recovery mode. I'm downloading the latest IPSW for it, but I'm wondering: will restoring it fix the white screen, or is it basically useless? See picture of it here: https://twitter.com/DaRyanVox/status/741430657004474369 - Ryan. EDIT: Just felt the back of the phone and realised that the area where the battery is located is a bit hotter than the rest of the phone. Another question: if parts do need replacing, it it worth it or should I buy a replacement?