It happens that the battery of an iPhone is not charging, even when it is plugged to a power source.
Although the device emits a humming sound indicating that it is charging, the battery level does not change.
It may be that the cable Lightning is loose and that he does not maintain a proper connection.
In this article, we explain to you how to repair an iPhone or an iPad that is charging hard.
If the battery does not last as long as you want, even when it is fully charged, try our tips to improve the life of the battery of your iPhone.
Your iPhone is connected but no charging is detected ? We have listed below several techniques to solve this problem.
1 – It is evident that it is necessary to first ensure that cables and adapters are correctly connected and that your power outlet is functioning.
2 – If you connect your iPhone to a computer, make sure it is turned on (and it can charge your device).
You can also connect it to another computer and see if that helps.
3 – Try to balance delicately the phone and the connector during charging. Make sure that the charging cable does not bend.
4 – Disconnect your device and verify that the output of Lightning is not obstructed by dust, for example.
5 – Use different cables or power adapters to test each component of the system load, it may be that you need to buy a new cable Lightning.
6 – If everything seems to be in good condition, reconnect your device and wait for 30 minutes. If your device still cannot be charged, then restart the connected to a power source.
7 – If you can’t restart, then we recommend that you reset.
8 – If the error message This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably with this iPhone appears on the screen, then we suggest you contact the Apple support.
It could be that your accessory Apple either defective or your charger is not designed to charge your iPhone.
Ask Apple to repair the port Lightning.
For sure, theApple support you will offer the same techniques as explained previously.
Technicians Apple suggest you either send your iPhone, or visit an Apple authorized service provider, or in the Genuis Bar at an Apple store.
Be aware that if your iPhone has no warranty, the repair costs can be high.
If you have insurance, it should cover the costs.
If you have subscribed to a mobile plan can be your supplier will bear the cost of replacement and troubleshooting.