Earlier this year, Apple was slapped with a class action lawsuit in California over their iPhone's liquid sensors reporting liquid contact when there was none.

Now it appears Asians are beginning to report the issue as well, with customers in Asia insisting their indicators are being tripped just from the humidity in the air.

Who would've suspected that moisture would trip liquid contact indicators? 

Source: South China Morning Post

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