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[* black] Remove your iPhone from the liquid as soon as safely''safely'' possible. Minimize the length of time the deviceiPhone and liquid are in contact to minimize corrosion.
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icon_caution] A shorted battery may bePay attention to your personal safety first! If you are standing in water or your clothes are wet, please remove yourself from any potential shock hazard before even thinking about retrieving a submerged smartphone.
[* icon_caution] If the electronic device is still submerged and is connected to an external power source, find a safe way to disconnect it. If possible, find a circuit breaker or switch for that source of power. Use caution if you choose to remove a plug or power adapter from an outlet that has not been switched off.
[* icon_caution] Liquid damage can short-circuit the battery, creating
a fire and/or chemical hazard. If you see or feel any heat, smoke, steam, bubbling, bulging, or meltingmelting, avoid handling the phone.
[* black] If your phone is still on when removed from the liquidliquid, attempt to turn it off. If it's off, do '''not''' attempt to turn it on.
[* icon_note] To force shut down an iPhone 6s and older, press and hold the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons until the screen turns offoff, and then immediately release both buttons. For the iPhone 7, press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons until the screen turns off.
[* black] Remove your iPhone from the liquid as soon as safely''safely'' possible. Minimize the length of time the deviceiPhone and liquid are in contact to minimize corrosion.
[*

[*
icon_caution] A shorted battery may bePay attention to your personal safety first! If you are standing in water or your clothes are wet, please remove yourself from any potential shock hazard before even thinking about retrieving a submerged smartphone.
[* icon_caution] If the electronic device is still submerged and is connected to an external power source, find a safe way to disconnect it. If possible, find a circuit breaker or switch for that source of power. Use caution if you choose to remove a plug or power adapter from an outlet that has not been switched off.
[* icon_caution] Liquid damage can short-circuit the battery, creating
a fire and/or chemical hazard. If you see or feel any heat, smoke, steam, bubbling, bulging, or meltingmelting, avoid handling the phone.
[* black] If your phone is still on when removed from the liquidliquid, attempt to turn it off. If it's off, do '''not''' attempt to turn it on.
[* icon_note] To force shut down an iPhone 6s and older, press and hold the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons until the screen turns offoff, and then immediately release both buttons. For the iPhone 7, press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down buttons until the screen turns off.