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This happens to the iPhone battery meter sometimes when the
battery has run down close to zero. In this case, leave your iPhone
docked for 15 or 20 minutes – long enough to get some charge into it –
and then restart the phone. After the restart, dock the iPhone again – the battery meter should start displaying the new charge again.
Your battery is gone, you will need to replace a new battery because the old battery is at it age. When you get a new battery, charge it 24 hour to fully charge it before you use, it is very crucial to maintaince the life of battery
unless the dock is made for the 3g version of the phone rather than the '2g' version it may not work and even if it recognises the phone will not 'charge' the battery this is due to the pins that received the 12 volts of many docks being disconected in the new 3g phone so you have to charge via a usb which uses other pins for this purpose