Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I would plug your iPhone into a charger and wait.
If you think you've waited enough time, wait some more.
Basically, the battery was COMPLETELY drained and you need to charge it back up in order to even turn it on.
If this doesn't fix your issue, I suggest taking it to the Apple Store, they should be able to repair/replace the phone.
If the above solution was satisfactory, please rate it according to the quality of help received.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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