Apple Watch owners know there’s a built-in way to remove water from the device’s speaker. However, even though modern iPhones are IP67 and IP68 water resistant, there’s no official way to deal with water-clogged speakers that can muffle audio and cause prolonged damage if not ejected. Older iPhone models have it even worse, but there are some easy things you can do to get that water out.

Just because your iPhone is IP67 or IP68 doesn’t mean it’s waterproof. No iPhone is waterproof — IP67 and IP68 are simply ratings that specify those iPhones are capable of handling water submersions up to a… more

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