How to Fix iPhone Not Charging When Plugged In

Fix iPhone Not Charging When Plugged InThere are some iPhone users found that their iPhone won’t charge when plugged into the wall or computer. Why did it happen? It can be caused by three parts: the wall adapter, the USB cable or the charging port on iPhone. So we try to fix iPhone won’t charge problem from these three parts.

Four Steps To Fix An iPhone Won’t Charge

1. Check Whether It is Just A Software Crash

This is a very common situation cause your iPhone won’t charge when plugged in, because it is the software recognizes your iPhone whether connected to power, when the iPhone software crashed, it can’t respond your charging signal. And how to fix it? Just hard reset your iPhone by holding the power button and home button together for about 30 seconds, and the device will be rebooted, your iPhone will be charged in.

2. Check your USB Cable

If you find that it is not a software crash problem, you need to check your USB cable: Apple’s lightning cable(iPhone 5S and newer) or 30-pin dock connector cable(iPhone 4S and older). If you see the obvious wear and tear on the USB cable, you might need a new USB cable, and make sure that the new USB cable is authorized by Apple, that is very important.

Fix iPhone Not Charging problem

3. Check your Power Source

If your power is not stable, iPhone software will prevent your iPhone from charging as a protective measure. So, when you find that the two steps above is not a problem, you need to check whether your power source is stable or not. Otherwise, you may need to find a stable power supply.

4. Check the Charging Port on your iPhone

If you find some lint or gunk in the charging port of your iPhone, the reason why your iPhone won’t charge is the cable can’t connect to your iPhone. So you need to blush it out.

After several steps above, I think you can fix the problem of iPhone not charging when plugged in. Hope it can help you.

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