How to Eject Water from your iPhone Using Siri Shortcut

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If you drop your iPhone in water, water drops enter into speaker grills, charging port, and earpiece. In such cases, people usually turn off the phone and use a blower to dry the phone. Staring iPhone 7, Apple has started making water-resistant as the phone comes with IP68 certification. iPhone X and older till iPhone 7 were IP67 certified. IP68 and IP67 confirm that the phone is water-resistant but doesn’t guarantee to waterproof. So, you should still take care of your phone. Even if iPhone comes with an IP68 rating, water damage won’t be covered under Apple’s warranty.

If you have dropped your phone in water, water usually enters all vents including speaker grills. Now there is a Siri shortcut that can draw water out from speakers by using very low-frequency sound. In this article, I will tell you how to install and use that Siri shortcut to draw water out of your iPhone.

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Water Eject Siri Shortcut

This is an untrusted shortcut. So, you are required to turn on “Allow Untrusted Shortcuts” from your device settings. For this, Follow Settings -> Shortcuts and toggle “Allow Untrusted Shortcuts” under the Sharing Security section.

Enable Untrusted Siri Shortcut

Now after you have enabled untrusted shortcuts, you can proceed further to download and install the water eject Siri shortcut.

To download the water eject Siri shortcut, click on this link on your iPhone. On the web page, click on the “Get Shortcut” button. It will open up the Shortcuts app on your iPhone. In the app, scroll down at the end and look for the “Add Untrusted Shortcut” button. Click on it to add this Siri shortcut.

Add water eject Siri Shortcut

After adding the shortcut, tap it to initiate it. Then select “Begin water ejection” from the drown and wait for it to complete.

Water Eject Siri Shortcut
Once the process is complete, it will turn down the volume of the device to fifty percent and you will also hear a notification sound.

You can also add this water eject Siri shortcut to your iPhone’s home screen for quick access. You can also ask Siri to run the water eject Siri shortcut.

This works on all iPhone models that support Siri shortcuts. It also works with iPads and iPods running the latest software.

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