Have you meet this situation that your iPhone won't charge unless it is turn off completely? Actually, many iPhone users also have this battery issue after they use the phone in the period of time, especially for iPhone 6 (Plus). So, if you also have such a question, how to fix it?
Here we would like to share some most useful methods for you, just learn and try as below.
Method 1: Check Charging Accessories
Method 2: Clean Charging Port
Method 3. Hard Reset Your iPhone
Method 4: Using iPhone Recovery Mode
Method 5: Restore iPhone to Factory Settings
Method 1: Check Charging AccessoriesFirstly, you need to check the charging accessories whether are functioning properly. Turn the phone off once and then charge it to reset the battery completely, but it still doesn’t work, it may indicate a problem with the battery.
Method 2: Clean Charging PortUsing a clean toothbrush or other tool to wipe away any dust in the charging port.
Besides, you may see more details on How to extend iPhone battery life?
Method 3. Hard Reset Your iPhoneIn order to clear any conflicts of some software which installed on your iPhone, you need to "Hare Reset" your iPhone to allow the battery to charge.
So, you need to press and hold the Home button and the sleep button on the side of the iPhone for about 15 seconds.
Method 4: Using iPhone Recovery ModeIf the phone still can't charge after "Hard reset", the other extensive way you can use is Recovery Mode, which can help you fix more complex issues.
Here you can see more about How To Enter DFU Mode On Your iPhone?
Method 5: Restore iPhone to Factory SettingsAt last, if above methods still didn't work for you, you just can try to restore your iPhone to factory setting. However, you should back up your important data before any resetting.
Tips: If you unfortunately lost iPhone data without backup file, refer to powerful iPhone Data Recovery for help.
Step1. Connect the iPhone to your computer using the USB cable that came with it and then open iTunes.
Step2. Select your iPhone in iTunes and then click Restore in the Summary panel.
Step3. After your device is restored to factory settings, it will restart. When it does, you'll see the "Slide to set up" welcome screen. Follow the steps in the device Setup Assistant. Now you can restore your device from backup file.
That’s all, just have a try above practical methods to fix your problem, and if it still can't get your problem solved, just take it in for service at the nearest Apple Store in your area to get the help of the Apple employees.