iPhones have been able to alert users to liquid in the Lightning port since the iOS 10 beta period, and now the ability to at least detect liquid is in macOS Sonoma 14.1.
9to5Mac reported that the update brought a new “Liquid Detection and Corrosion Mitigation Daemon,” though the outlet reports that it seems limited to analytics for now.
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