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Temporary fixes for your iPhone to load

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If you still do not want to contact Apple or if you have already done so, but they will take time to solve the problem, you can try these temporary fixes that we offer from Macworld.

They will not solve the problem in the long term, but as we have just explained, they can be useful if you do not have any other option.

1. Hold the iPhone in your hand while it is connected to the charging source and balance it. Be careful when carrying out this process since lightning cables are prone to breakage if a lot of pressure is applied.

We have verified that when moving the iPhone while charging a pressure is generated (minimum) on the lightning port that helps the connection to take place as this starts the battery charge of your iPhone.

2. Although it seems strange, we have also realized that 30-pin cables for iPhone work better than a standard lightning cable if you consult iPhone app development service. You will have to use an adapter to make the 30-pin cable compatible with your new iPhone.

Remember that these tips are not official and are based on our personal experience.Like all hardware problems, they are unlikely to improve or end up solving themselves.

That is, if you really want to solve the problem in the long term, we recommend you look for more technical and professional solutions.