Hey Guys, I had an incident a while back where I dropped my iPhone 6 into some shallow water. I grabbed it out in less than a second. The phone still worked but needed a little drying out. I checked the LDI by the sim card slot and it is still white. However, that part of the phone was covered by my case. I think it is far more likely that water got to my speaker area where there is another LDI. Here's the issue: The phone works and there is no outward evidence of water damage. In fact I would go so far as to say that it has no water damage. Period. I never took it apart etc. However, ever since I had the phone, it has had the creaky screen problem. I am taking it in for that problem to see if they will replace it under the 12 month warranty. Question: If the phone is fully functional, would the Genius Bar take the phone apart (i.e. go further than looking at the LDI in the sim card slot) to look for water damage before determining whether or not to replace the phone for a squeaky screen? I ask this because even though the phone was not damaged by water, the LDI near the ear speaker might be red/pink. Thanks for any help!