June 11, 2018
If your iPhone has stopped charging, that is, the lightning port does not work, you should know that you are not alone. It's a fairly common problem, and that's why at Macworld we've decided to offer you a mini-guide so you can fix the battery of your iPhone or iPad.
The symptoms may vary. One of the most common is the one that occurs when connecting the lightning cable to your iPhone or you can hire any iPhone app development company for this task and to an outlet the charge comes and goes.
That is, you will see that when you touch the cable, adjust it, move the iPhone and do a thousand and one balances, the cable is recognized for a few moments, until you put the iPhone back on a surface and the battery stops charging again.
Other times you may not even recognize the cable. That is, the iPhone does not charge the battery in any way.
In summary, in this article we will explain what to do if your iPhone or iPad stops charging.
We have included from the official advice of Apple, to small troubleshooting tips and a couple of temporary fixes that can be useful in an emergency or if none of the above tips are able to make your iPhone recharge your battery.
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