I’ve heard many stories of people dropping their phones in water and then being understandably upset. But what happens when your phone gets wet, but there's no visible damage? This can happen for a couple reasons an accident or a spill and if your iPhone speaker isn't working, it's likely from one of them. This article will talk about how you can get water out of your iPhone speakers so that it'll sound like new again and be fully functional again!
If your iPhone speaker isn't working, your device may have gotten wet.
If your iPhone speaker isn't working, it may have gotten wet and needs to dry out before you can use it again. If your phone is wet, don't turn it on or try to charge it. The device will likely be damaged if you do this. If possible, place the phone in a bag of rice for 24 hours to help draw out any moisture trapped inside the device.
If the speaker still doesn't work after drying out, you'll need to get a replacement part from Apple or another repair shop specializing in mobile devices like Geeks Squad or uBreakiFix
Try using a Q-tip to remove any visible water from the speaker housing.
If your iPhone has experienced water damage, it may have liquid seeping out of the speaker and into the housing. If this is the case, you can use a Q-tip to remove any visible water from the speaker housing. To do so:
Grab a clean cotton swab (Q-tip) that's been soaked in isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), which will help dry out any moisture in your iPhone's case.
Dip one end of the swab into some rubbing alcohol and then apply it to the affected area on your iPhone's speaker housing.
Blowing into the speaker slot may also remove any moisture trapped in there.
You can also try blowing into the speaker slot if you see no water in your phone yet. Blow air in short bursts, not too hard, and be careful not to blow it into the microphone slot (the one next to the earpiece). If you don't see any moisture after doing this, then most likely there isn't any.
To get the other moisture out, place your phone in a dry, dark place for a couple of days.
To get the other moisture out, place your phone in a dry, dark place for a couple of days. It's important to keep your phone away from sunlight and not use it until at least 24 hours after you've placed it in the dark place.
This is because there could still be some water on the inside of the speaker or headphone jack that won't evaporate as quickly if it's exposed to light. You should also avoid turning on your iPhone during this time; if you do turn it on, don't try to make calls or play music through its speakers until after 48 hours have passed since placing it in a dry location.
You can also use a hairdryer on low and from a safe distance to speed up the drying process.
You can also use a hairdryer on low and from a safe distance to speed up the drying process. Be sure not to get the phone too hot, though, and don't hold it in place with your hand for more than a couple of minutes at a time. If there is any liquid in the speaker, don't use this method at all; you'll just end up damaging your device.
If you get water in your iPhone speakers, you can use a Q-tip or hairdryer to dry them out.
In the event of a watery phone speaker, you have a couple of options. If the amount of water is minimal, you can use a Q-tip or hairdryer to dry it out. The drying time will depend on how long your iPhone was exposed to moisture and how much water was there in the first place. If your phone was submerged for an extended period of time, however, we recommend replacing the speaker instead of trying to clean it yourself.
If you followed these steps, your iPhone speaker should be working again. If not, you may need to get a replacement phone.