iPhone or iPad users must have faced a problem where the device they used could not be charged, so their activities were disrupted.
Before panicking and going straight to the service center, it’s a good idea to check the Lightning cable, USB-C, or wireless charger that you use every day.
If the cable, charging head, or wireless charger isn’t the problem, there are a few things you can do.
Here are 4 ways to solve an iPhone or iPad that can’t be charged, as quoted from Make Use ofSunday (31/7/2022).
1. Force Restart iPhone or iPad
The first step you can take when your iPhone or iPad won’t charge is to force restart the device.
As for this method, it can act as unplugging the cable from the socket, and making the device turn on again.
This is also the part when the user wants to enter recovery mode, and reinstall iOS or iPadOS–if needed.
Depending on the iPhone model used, you can restart iPhone 8 and above by pressing the volume up and down buttons, then press and hold the power button.
Wait until the Apple logo appears on the screen, and release the power button. On iPhone 7/7 Plus, press and hold the power and volume down buttons until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 6s or earlier users, you can press the Home button and lock until the Apple logo appears.
For iPad users, you can do something similar. For iPad models without the Home button, you can press and release the volume up button followed by the down button, and the power button.
For an iPad with a Home button, press and hold the top and Home buttons together until the Apple logo appears.
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