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Oaky I cant really help you with this problem but if you are trying to say that you have lost your apple iPhone charger then you could go purchase one from your local Apple Retail Store.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008


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#8 - Use properly rated chargers. Using chargers that are not properly rated will have a huge impact on your battery's lifespan. Make sure your car charger has the same rating as the official Apple charger.
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You can also charge your device from any iPhone dock, or even those docks attached to your home theater system.

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Hi there!

There have been some reports of iPhone chargers going bad prematurely.  The test:
  1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via the USB cable.  Does it make a little beeping noise when you connect it, and then charge up?  If so, the issue is not with your iPhone or USB cable.
  2. Next, using that same USB cable, connect it to your iPhone charger.  Do you get the same connection noise and then does it charge up?  If not, the issue is probably with the charger.
Assuming you have a faulty charger, you are still well within your 1 year warranty from Apple.  Visit an Apple store ( Genius Bar (make your reservation online before you go, to avoid waiting around), explain the issue and how you tested it out, and they will almost certainly replace the charger for you at no cost.

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