Iphone, Ipad Or Ipod Touch Does Not Charge

Iphone, Ipad Or Ipod Touch Does Not Charge

Find out what to do if the battery is not charging, charging slowly, or a warning is displayed.

Power connection

If you are having trouble wirelessly charging your iPhone 8 or later, try charging the device first with the USB adapter and cable that came with it. If it charges in this way, read the article on wireless charging. If you use a third-party accessory, make sure it is certified by Apple.

To charge your device, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the supplied USB cable to your device.
  2. Connect the cable to one of the following power sources.

Wall power outlet

Plug the USB charging cable into the USB power adapter, and then plug the adapter into a power outlet.

A computer

Connect the charging cable to a USB 2.0 or 3.0 port on a computer that is not in sleep mode. Do not use the USB ports on the keyboard.

Accessory for charging

Connect the cable to an external powered USB hub, dock, or other Apple-certified accessory.

When the device is charging, a lightning bolt icon is displayed next to the battery icon in the status bar or a large battery icon on the lock screen.

The device charges slowly or does not charge at all

Iphone, Ipad Or Ipod Touch Does Not Charge

Follow these steps, retrying after each one.

The device stops charging after reaching the threshold of 80%

The iPhone may get a little warm while charging. To increase battery life, the operating system can stop charging at 80% if the battery is overheated. Charging the iPhone will continue when its temperature decreases. Try moving your iPhone and charger to a cooler place.

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A warning appears that the accessory is not supported or not certified

These devices may appear for several reasons: the charging port of an iOS device may be dirty or damaged, the charging accessory may be malfunctioning, damaged or not certified by Apple, or the USB charger may not be suitable for charging devices. Follow the steps below.

  1. Remove any dirt from the charging port at the bottom of the device.
  2. Restart your iOS device.
  3. Try using a different USB cable or charger.
  4. Make sure your device is running the latest version of iOS.
  5. Contact Apple Support to arrange for service.
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