In case your iPhone is not charging while plugged into a power source, it may be due to its port not working. There is a possibility that your iPhone charging port is loose, which is not letting headphones or any other accessories recharge. There are more than one reasons why this can happen; here are some you should consider.
- Debris or dust in the charging port:
Over time, debris and dust accumulate in the charging port of your iPhone, preventing the charging cable from making a proper connection. To fix this, you can use a toothbrush or a small tool, such as a toothpick, to gently clean out the port.
- Bent or damaged charging port:
If the charging port on your iPhone is bent or damaged, it cannot properly connect with the charging cable. In this case, you will likely need to repair or replace the charging port.
- Damaged charging cable:
If the charging cable you are using is damaged, it may not be able to connect properly with your iPhone’s charging port. Try using a different charging cable to see if that resolves the issue.
- Software issue:
Sometimes, a software issue is the root of all your problems with the charging port on your iPhone. To remedy this issue, restart your iPhone or update it to the latest version of iOS to see if that resolves the problem.
- Battery issues:
If your iPhone’s battery is damaged or not functioning properly, no matter how much you plug into it, the phone won’t work. In this case, it is best to replace the battery.
- Power source problem:
The charging port of your iPhone may not be why it is not working. It could be the power source that you are using. Make sure you are using a power source that provides enough power to charge your iPhone.
- Water damage:
If your iPhone has recently gotten into the water, it could cause damage to your charging port. Take your iPhone to an authorized repair center for a diagnosis in such a scenario.
- Overheating issues:
iPhone is overheating a cause which damages your charging port, malfunctions its working, and prevents it from charging. Try letting your iPhone cool down before attempting to charge it again.
- Hardware issue:
If none of the above solutions work, time to think about all the hardware issues that can go wrong with your iPhone’s charging port. This will likely require a trip to an authorized repair center for a diagnosis and repair.
- External accessory issue:
Some third-party accessories like phone cases, screen protectors, or charging docks can interfere with the charging port. Remove any third-party accessories you have on to see if that resolves the issue.
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