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Today I took my Otterbox off of my iPhone 4 and I noticed that the water sensor in the headphone jack was tripped red, but it is only the size of the tip of a pen. I have never had my phone near water and I do not know how this happend.
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i dont think it will, ask apple
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It's likely moisture (probably humidity) condensed inside the Otterbox thereby tripping the moisture indicator. As far as voiding your warranty is concerned, it depends.... By that I mean it depends on when and if you take your phone in for repair, the person who is doing the repairs will probably be the one to make that determination.
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