Apparently I'm living Final Destination: The Peril of Nick's Apple Products... Last week my iPad got lost/stolen at a conference and yesterday I dove into a pool with my iPhone in my pocket. I'm afraid of what's to come for my MacBook. Immediately upon diving into the pool I realized my phone was in my pocket so ran inside, shook all the water out as best as I could, dried it with a hair dryer, and placed it in a bag of rice. Throughout this whole time the LED camera flash was on (constantly, not flickering or anything), which gave me hope that once it was in the rice for a day and dried out, the device would come back to life. Well, I just now (30 hours later) tried plugging in the device and powering it on, with absolutely no luck. So now I'm screwed I guess. Any advice on this front? Although I'd love to get it up and running, I'm at the point now that I just want a new phone. I'm 18, a recent high-school graduate, and am moving away to college in two weeks, so this is literally the absolute worst time to not have a phone. I don't have insurance on my phone through AT&T, though I'm not sure if they offer any sort of coverage whatsoever. I don't have Apple Care or any Apple coverage. Any limited warranty would be outdated I think (I got the phone when the 4S came out, not sure when that was)... it wouldn't cover water damage I don't think anyways. What are my options? Can I walk right into an Apple store and pay full price for a new iPhone? How much is that (I only see the 2-year upgrade prices listed on their website)? Or do I need to go into an Apple store? Also another important question: Would I be at all able to restore my iPhone 4S backup to an iPhone 4 if I were to buy a brand new iPhone 4 (to save money)? Or do I need to get another 4S? Any advice is appreciated. I'm phone-less and it sucks.