My iPod Touch received water damage about 2 weeks ago- I was at Hershey Park for an outdoor concert, and it rained from 6-12. My iPod was in a silicone case, inside of a fabric bag, and that was inside of a thin tote bag, which got soaked. The fabric bag that my iPod was in got wet, and some water got into my iPod. I turned it on after the show cause I didn't realize that water got in it. I've been putting it in a bowl of rice on and off since then. It was working well a few days after, but I noticed the other day when I was going to work that I had to tap my power button twice to turn it off. Then a few days later, the power button only worked occasionally, and now its just not working. I can still use it, all of my apps are good, and my music plays fine, the only problem is that I can't turn it off. I put my iPod back in the rice yesterday, tried turning it on this morning, and it wouldn't turn off, so I let the battery run out again so it would turn off. Is there any way to fix my stupid power button? I'm at work now, looking up solutions, and I read about the iHome app, is that good? I'm afraid to bring it to the Apple store because I don't know if they'll see if there is water damage (I didn't check the indicator yet, I just found out that was there today while looking up stuff).