Water or Liquid Damage
Has water damaged your iPhone? Need your pictures, messages or contacts back? Doesn't turn on or respond anymore? Not only can we get your data back, we are Australia's only data recovery lab with an ex Apple technician who can.
We get data off phones damaged by pools, toilets, sinks, puddles, beaches, oceans, rain & water bottles.
Service for all models: Apple iPhone 14, 13, 12, 11, X / XS / XR / MAX, iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6S / 6S Plus, iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, iPhone 5 / 5C / 5S / SE, iPhone 4S & iPhone 4.
No other company in Australia has been able to out perform our skills and success rate. We have recovered phones for high profile celebrities, corporations & Police.
How it works: All advanced phone recoveries are performed at our Brisbane office. Send it direct to Brisbane or drop off at any office. Please be advised that we will need to disassemble the phone. Our service is for data recovery only. We do not fix the phone. We do not need your sim card.
iPhone Water Damage - What to do
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR OTHER TECHNICIANS: Zero Alpha is proud to announce we are the worlds first firm to solve iPhones with the Apple logo boot loop problem and issues relating to PP_CPU, PP_GPU, PP_SOC.
Why does liquid stop an iPhone from working?
Liquid damage is one of the most common causes of electronics failure. When liquids, such as water, come into contact with electronic devices, they can cause a range of issues, from minor glitches to irreversible damage. Here are some ways that liquid damage can affect electronics:
Corrosion: Liquids contain minerals and other impurities that can react with the metal components inside an electronic device, leading to corrosion. This corrosion can damage the components and eventually cause them to fail.
Short Circuits: When liquid comes into contact with an electronic device, it can create a short circuit by bridging two or more electrical contacts that were not meant to be connected. This can cause the device to malfunction or even permanently damage it.
Electrical Damage: Liquids are conductive, which means that they can create a path for electrical currents to flow where they should not. When this happens, the excess current can cause overheating, electrical damage, or even a fire.
Loss of Functionality: Even if an electronic device does not experience immediate damage from liquid exposure, the moisture can cause the device to malfunction over time. This can lead to loss of functionality, decreased performance, or complete failure.
In summary, liquid damage can affect electronic devices in various ways, from corrosion and short circuits to electrical damage and loss of functionality. It is essential to keep electronic devices away from liquids, and if they do come into contact with liquid, it is important to act quickly by shutting them down, removing the battery (if possible), and seeking professional help to prevent further damage.