Charging issues are among the most common problems any Apple iPhone X owner may encounter without any precedent. The most likely culprit is often a damaged charging cable, but this always the cause of the problem. Some of the most common causes of the Apple iPhone X not charging problem may be the following:
- The phone is defective
- Damaged battery
- Grey battery problem
- Temporary phone problem
- Faulty charging unit or cable
- Bent, pushed in, or broken connectors on the battery
Below, we’ll explain some quick method that can fix the problem when the Apple iPhone X is not charging when plugged in.
Charging CablesChecking your charging cable should be the first thing to do if you are experiencing the iPhone X not charging problem. Try to use another USB cable that works to see if the issue is with the cable before buying a new cable.
Clean USB PortSomething like debris, dirt or lint may be blocking the connection to the Apple iPhone X leading to the smartphone not charging via USB. It is the primary issue when the Apple iPhone X is not loading correctly. Placing a toothpick in the charging port and moving it around the USB charging port to get everything out is a right way to fix this issue. However, be careful as too much pressure can damage the charging port.
Reset iPhone XYour software needs a reboot may be the reason that the iPhone X not charging when plugged in. This method may help fix the charging issue on the iPhone X temporarily. Follow these instructions for a reset of your iPhone X:
- Turn on your iPhone X.
- Go to Settings and select on General
- Browse and tap on Reset
- Enter your Apple ID and Apple ID password
- Now the process to reset your iPhone X should take a few minutes
- Once reset, you’ll see the welcome screen asking you to swipe to continue