How to Solve the Problem of iPhone does not charge anymore?

Sometimes the battery of an iPhone does not charge,  even when it is plugged into a power source.

Although the device emits a buzz indicating that it is charging, the battery level does not change.

The Lightning cable may be loose and may not maintain a proper connection.

In this article, we explain how to repair an iPhone or iPad that is difficult to recharge.

If the battery does not last as long as you want, even when it’s fully charged, try our tips to improve the battery life of your iPhone.

Troubleshooting tips

Your iPhone is connected but no recharge is detected? We have listed below several techniques to solve this problem.

1- It is obvious that you must first ensure that the cables and adapters are properly connected and that your power outlet is working.

2- If you connect your iPhone to a computer, make sure that it is turned on (and that it can charge your device). 
You can also connect it to another computer and see if that helps.

3- Try to gently balance the phone and the connector while charging. Make sure that the charging cable does not bend.

4- Unplug your device and check that the Lightning outlet is not obstructed by dust, for example.

5- Use different cables or power adapters to test each component of the charging system, maybe you need to buy a new Lightning cable.

6- If everything looks OK, reconnect your device and wait 30 minutes. If your device still does not charge, then restart it connected to a power source.

7- If you can not restart it, then we recommend that you reset it.

8- If the error message This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work well with this iPhone appears on the screen, then we suggest you contact Apple Support.

It could be that your Apple accessory is defective or that your charger is not designed to charge your iPhone.