I thought I'd give you all a warning about keeping the iPhone out in cold temperatures with high humidity. This weekend I was out camping and accidentally left my iPhone on the bench outside. It was under a tarp, and it didn't rain, but when I woke up in the morning everything was covered with condensation, including the screen of my iPhone. It now thinks an unacceptable accessory is eternally attached to it, and the top quarter of the screen is not responsive to touch. I've since disassembled it almost completely, and have blown dry warm air on the internals for over 12 hours with no success. It is presently playing a movie (with all the pieces connected naturally) in the hopes that draining the battery completely may reset something. It's odd that condensation on the screen got around the bezel, since their is a gasket around the edge of the screen (between the bezel and screen) to keep liquid from getting down in. I just thought I would warn you all about this, to keep in mind in case you run into similar situations.