Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I have an 8 G apple Iphone which I have had for 3 months, it fell of my desk (3 foot high and now does not work or recharge, no picture on the screen and will not turn on,
All I get is a apple sign when I try to recharge with my car charger, Do you know what this could be?
How much will it be to fix?
Jerry Every thing on the phone is working but when I plug it in to charge their is no icon showing that it is charging?
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Posted on May 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iPhone Battery power Problems
No, my cousin has one and it works fine, but remember if your battery isnt fully discharged it wont last as long. before you go just charging it all the time you should everynow and then let it run out before you recharge it.
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
SOURCE: my iphone wont charge
I had this exact problem too - same as the first two posts anyway.
It seems to be just a software issue and was easily resolved for me with a full power off and reboot. Here is how to do that safely.
Plug in the phone using the wall socket charger, leave it for a few hours to get a charge (i know it doesn't look like its charging). Later, press the on/off button. The battery icon appears with just a thin red line. Let it go back to black. Then press the the on/off button and the menu button simultaneously for about 8 seconds. A red button should appear on the screen with a question asking if you want to power off the phone. Say yes. (I think it was a slide bar, but can't remember now.) Wait a few secs while the phone powers off. Then remove the power plug from the phone. Now reinsert the power plug. After a few (worrying) seconds of nothing, a white Apple logo appears in the middle of the screen, a few more seconds and the iphone main menu appears. No data has been lost, no settings are altered, and best of all, the battery shows a full charge and seems to be back to normal again.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Press and hold Sleep/Wake and Home until the iPhone resets.
When the Apple logo appears release Sleep/Wake, but do not release Home until you see the prompt to connect the iPhone to iTunes.
to restore the iPhone’s firmware, all your settings, all your media, and all your Apps.
I don't recommend you to do the offered backup, I've seen a few things more reliable then this backup, to say the least...
To avoid the screen of death, do not update all the features with the "Update All" feature, updates your features one at a time, avoid performing other tasks while updating your iPhone.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
Connect your phone to the computer and open iTunes. Hold both the home key and the power button until the iPhone turns off. Continue to hold them both for 5 more seconds. Release the power button but continue to hold the home button for 10 - 15 more seconds. I tunes should detect the phone in DFU mode. Restore firmware from this mode.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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