Nowadays, more and more manufacturers are deciding to protect their devices against moisture or liquids. Whether officially with IP67 or IP68 certifications, depending on the level of resistance to water and dust, or unofficially, through adhesives and rubber gaskets, the manufacturers themselves think more and more that every time we use the mobile in environments more varied, increasing the risk of being damaged.
The iPhone 6s, for example, included design changes that give it greater resistance to water, but it was with the arrival of the iPhone 7 when Apple certified with IP67 protection the resistance to water and dust. The latest XS and XS Max models already have IP68 protection. But, regardless of the protection that our terminals have, what should we do if our smartphone is wet?