Nowadays, almost every new flagship smartphone is water-proof, with many other cheaper models being water-resistant. These two terms have two completely different meanings. Being water-proof means that the product is impervious to water.
On the other hand, being water-resistant means that the product is able to resist water penetration… to a certain degree.
With that being said, using a water-resistant smartphone to take pictures underwater is most likely an awful idea. But it will probably be just fine if you use it for brief moments while standing in the rain.
Smartphones are the electronic equipment most prone to be involved in water accidents because we use them everywhere at all times (we even take them to the toilet – it would be fun to know how many smartphones sink into the toilet every year on average), but that doesn’t mean that accidents won’t happen to any of your other devices.
In this article, we will teach you how to act in case one of your electronic devices becomes waterlogged. Knowing what to do and doing it quickly can be decisive in preventing irreparable damage to your device!
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