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I'm sorry about the issue, Please power down your iPhone 6 then Open the Flood Gates, Anything that can be removed from your iPhone, remove it. This includes any kind of case and even the SIM card tray. Doing this allows any water on the inside to escape more easily. do not touch your iPhone 6 and let it dry for at least 24 hours. Once it completely dries, try turning it on. If it turns on and works just like before, congratulation! If it doesn’t turn on, there are a couple things you can try : Charging it for a few hours could give it a kick-start that will allow it to turn on, but it’s possible that the battery could be completely toast. This is where you could swap out the battery for a new one, If your iPhone still doesn’t turn on you will need to take it to a repair shop.
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