The not-so-water-proof iPhone X - Liquid Damage repair

by George Lovell | | 2 comments

As the photo shows, this phone came in with no other damage, and having never been opened or repaired before. The customer said that the device was merely splashed with some water.
Luckily, we were able to get this one back up and running with a full strip down and thorough cleaning.

The iPhone X and proceeding models, are water-resistant, not waterproof. Its important to consider that these phones can probably be submerged in water when they're straight out the box, but over time as they wear and bend, they can lose their water tight seal.
We always re-apply new adhesive to iPhone X's when we repair them, but it's important to note that they will never again be fully water-resistant once they've been damaged and/or repaired.

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Vivek Yadav

Vivek Yadav

This blog sheds light on the susceptibility of iPhone X to liquid damage despite its advertised water resistance. It highlights the intricacies of liquid damage repair, emphasizing the importance of professional assistance for restoring affected devices. Talkback Comms’ insights provide valuable guidance for iPhone X users facing liquid damage issues, advocating for informed solutions and expert repairs.

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