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Myth busted: What experts say about using rice for wet devices

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Android Authority –

  • An Apple support page has surfaced, advising against putting your wet phone in rice.
  • Rice can trap moisture and damage your phone’s internals.
  • There are better methods to salvage electronics from water damage.

We’ve all been there: a beloved phone takes an unexpected dip in the pool, the sink, or even the dreaded toilet. In a moment of panic, we turn to the age-old “phone-in-rice” trick because that’s the best water damage prevention technique, right? Well, brace yourself for a splash of reality because that trusty method might be doing more harm than good.

Macworld has unearthed a 2024 support document from Apple that explicitly advises against the rice-drying method, cautioning that it could potentially worsen the damage to iPhones. The official support page states that “doing so could allow small particles of rice to damage your iPhone.” In fact, this revelation reinforces findings from previous research, which have debunked the efficacy of rice in drying out water-damaged phones.


Source: https://www.androidauthority.com/wet-phone-rice-myth-3417030/



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