My phone got wet, and tripped the water damage sensors. I was stuck in the rain and was making a phone call, sadly rain water got in through the head phone plug in. I had no idea there was anything amiss until I got home and saw the LED light was stuck on. I hard restarted the phone, and all the normal stuff to try to make it shut off... I did not really think too much about it until I was playing with my husband's phone, I noticed his did not have the pink glow inside the head phone jack that mine had... so I assume it is the water damage sensor. The LED ight stays on very dim at all times, but does not interfere with the flash on the camera or the flash light application. I wonder if this is a new feature Apple put in place to show water damage? It is pink inside and is very hard not to miss when you click the phone on, as it glows inside. I called Apple to find out what to do about the LED light and I am supposed to bring it into the Apple store and get a new one... but if I have water damage, I know they won't exchange it, although it works perfectly. I do notice the new design allows water to get in through the top more easily if you have to talk in the rain. When I picked up my phone three weeks ago, there were not protective cases to be bought and I am still waiting for my free case from Apple to arrive. Is there any sort of plug I can buy for the top of the phone to put into the head phone jack that will not allow water to get in there so easily? I used to use my old iPhone in the rain with no issue at al, and it was not raining huge amounts when it got wet... but I guess wet enough. I am not sure what will happen with my phone now if I do have any other issues in the future. Can I get a new water damage sensor or fix it some how?