(Last Updated On: June 12, 2020)
This is quite a common issue that we hear a lot from iPhone users. There’s an easy way to fix it. Read on…
Here’s a typical scenario of someone’s iPhone will not charge when plugged in to a charger or USB port:
The user unplugged the iPhone and then plugged it in several times and the same thing happened – the charge lit up, then immediately disappeared. The iPhone won’t charge.
Here’s an easy and quick way to fix the iPhone won’t charge problem. All you need to do to fix this problem is by doing a hard reboot or reset on your iPhone:
Step 1: Hold down the power button (at the top of your iPhone) and the home button (the circle button on the bottom of your iPhone) at the same time.
Step 2: Hold both buttons down at the same time until your see your iPhone reboot. You’ll know your iPhone rebooted when you see your screen flicker off. At this point you should see the Apple logo. If not, go to Step 3 below.
Step 3: Now just push the power/sleep button only at the top of your iPhone until your iPhone turns on.
Now go ahead and plug your iPhone back in using your iPhone USB charger or to your computer.
Your iPhone should start charging normally by now.
We hope that it won’t happen to you, but if it does, you are now prepared and will know what to do!
Let us know if this worked, or didn’t work, for you!