Fast & Simple Ways to Fix When iPhone Won’t Charge: Consider paying a significant amount of money to have your iPhone repaired. There’s no necessity. Do you have an iPhone that won’t charge? This article will help you figure out why your iPhone won’t charge when you plug it in. Do not become concerned if your iPhone is not charging after you have plugged it in. Your iPhone will require a simple fix after reading this.
The iPhone Charging Process is made up of four primary components:
- Charging Port (at the bottom of your iPhone)
- iPhone Software
- Battery/Wall Charger/Computer/Car Charger
- Lightning Cable/USB Charging Cable
What are the signs that your iPhone isn’t charging?
You should look for a lightning bolt icon near the battery icon on your iPhone’s screen when it is plugged into a power source. There is a problem with your iPhone if the lightning icon does not display. Let’s get this sorted out and talk about options.
Here’s a fast fix for an iPhone that won’t charge.
Clean the clogged/dirty charging port
Another typical problem that prevents your iPhone from charging is the presence of dust, lint, or debris deposits inside the charging port, which may have accumulated over time. Even a small object that has gotten in between the charging port and your iPhone can prevent it from making a secure connection with the port, resulting in charging issues.
Brush the interior of your iPhone’s charging port with a toothbrush to check for any deposits. Because toothbrush bristles do not damage internal phone parts and do not conduct electricity, a toothbrush works well.
(Note: Make sure your brush is thoroughly dry before using it.)
Try charging your iPhone now that the process is finished.)
Check your iPhone for any damage
If you have dropped your iPhone or it has come into contact with water by mistake, it is possible that your iPhone has an internal motherboard problem.
There aren’t many options other than replacing your iPhone or having it repaired by a professional.
If you accidentally dropped your phone in water, immediately place it in a bag of rice and leave it for at least 72 hours.
Related : Most Common Causes of a Broken iPhone
Check for a damaged or broken charging cable.
Another typical reason for the iPhone to stop charging is due to the charging cable’s quality. If you’re using an original charging cable, inspect it closely for any existing damage; this could be due to poor cable quality or a broken/damaged cable. If you bought a low-quality cable, don’t be surprised.
If your power cord is broken or damaged, we recommend switching to an alternative power cable. To be safe, we also recommend that you utilize the original power cable that came with your purchase. If your USB power cord is still under warranty, Apple will replace it for free. *Apple T&C Apply (if there is no physical damage to the cable).
These technical methods can help you troubleshoot your iPhone.
This is one of the most common causes of your iPhone not charging, but it’s not a big deal because the solution is a simple one-step process.
Simply perform a hard reset on your iPhone.
- For iPhone 6, iPhone 7, and iPhone 8, simultaneously pressing the Home and Power buttons
- Press both the volume buttons (up and down) together, along with a power button for iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone Pro Max to hard reset your iPhone.
Continue to hold the buttons down until the Apple logo appears (this may take anywhere between 5 seconds to 30 seconds). After the reset is complete, cross your fingers and try charging your iPhone. This will reboot your phone completely.
- (Note: If your iPhone’s software has crashed, your iPhone’s screen will go black.)
Check to see that the USB adaptor isn’t too flimsy.
There are many different ways to charge your phone; using a power outlet, computer USB port, car charger, or speaker dock outlet, but there can also be an issue with the dock you are using. Sometimes the dock does not support your device, which may cause charging issues.
If this is the issue, try charging your phone with a different power outlet or charging port; if this is the issue, your phone should operate once you change the port.
(It’s a good idea to use a wall outlet socket because it usually results in faster charging.)
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