How To Eject Water From Your iPhone's Speakers

iPhones are pretty much waterproof nowadays, the latest models, iPhone XS, for example, is IP68 rated waterproof, which means it is able to resist depth of 1.5m underwater for up to thirty minutes. iPhones work quite well after underwater, can't say the same thing regarding the speakers though, it will sound goofy following the water enters the speaker grill, and may take some time to clean up.

However, the problem can be easily solved with a clever Siri shortcut, which plays high-frequency sounds and immediately forces water to flow out of the speaker grill. The Water Eject shortcut works like the water ejection feature on the Apple Watch, and it can also be ejected by playing sound through the speakers.

Thanks to the YouTube channel iDeviceHelp, you can now eject water from your iPhone's speakers by clicking this link and download the Shortcuts, then run it by tapping on the Shortcuts, and finally tap on ‘Begin Water Ejection’ and you should start to see water coming out of speakers.
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