New answers tagged charging
Simple answer-- yes you can! there should be no any problems.
An iPad needs twice the power of an iPhone to charge. A phone charger will slowly be able to charge an iPad, but possibly not be able to keep up whilst it is in use & doing intensive tasks. It's safe to swap them, an iPhone using an iPad charger will not be damaged, but as you see, the other way round, the iPad is not getting sufficient charge. Even ...
This is a known problem on iPhone 5 batteries. You can check if your iPhone 5 is eligible to the replacement program at this adress : https://www.apple.com/support/iphone5-battery/other_countries.html
A blinking LED is not a signal that the original MagSafe Power Adapter would output, so it's hard to say why it does that, perhaps contact the manufacturer. But it sounds like there's something wrong with the adapter. It is technically possible that a faulty power supply hurts your battery or even your machine (as in logic board, etc.). I have experienced ...
Had the same problem at work but it was just the outlet.
Just as a thought but since a new charger works for a week or so perhaps the issue is not the phone or the charger the outlet you're using if you always use the same one it might be damaging the charger somehow.
Before checking for a battery replacement, I would clean the connector of the iPhone. Check this video (I will also work for an iPhone 5) I had this problem and it solved it. If this doesn't work, go with jherran's answer. Good luck
Some iPhone 5 are eligible for a free battery replacement. Maybe that is related to your issue? Apple has determined that a very small percentage of iPhone 5 devices may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently. The affected iPhone 5 devices were sold between September 2012 and January 2013 and fall within a ...
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