Your iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, or later will give you a warning if it detects liquid in the Lightning port when you connect a Lightning cable or accessory.
The iPhone has detected fluids on the Lightning cord or Lightning accessory if you receive one of these warnings. To prevent damage to your iPhone and the accessory, charging and accessory connection will be disabled until the Lightning port and the accessory are dry.
If you plug your iPhone into a charger when it is wet, you will get the message “Charging is not possible.”
This message appears if the liquid is detected in the Lightning Connector when you are using an accessory that does not charge your iPhone.
Charging an iPhone with water in the Lightning port can permanently harm the port or the cable, rendering it inoperable or preventing the iPhone or accessory from being charged.
If you get your iPhone wet, you shouldn’t charge it, but you might have to if you really need to. In an emergency, you can bypass the liquid detection and charge your iPhone by reconnecting the Lightning connection or accessory.
A wireless charger can still be used to power an iPhone. If you want the best results from your Qi-certified charger, you should use a dry iPhone back. Find out more information on iPhone wireless charging.
If your iPhone or Lightning accessory is wet
Remove any extraneous wires or devices. Wait until they are dry before reconnecting the cords.
Put your iPhone in a dry place and:
You may get rid of the surplus liquid by tapping your iPhone on your hand with the Lightning connector pointing down. Just put your iPhone in a dry, well-ventilated spot for the night.
If charging by Lightning cable or connecting a Lightning accessory doesn’t work after waiting 30 minutes, try again later.
If the warning appears again, water is still present in the Lightning port or under the Lightning cable’s contacts.
You can safely store your iPhone for up to 24 hours in a dry, well-ventilated environment. During this time, you can retry charging or connecting your Lightning item. A thorough dry could take up to a day.
The Following Are Examples of Bad Behavior:
Don’t use heat or compressed air to dry your iPhone.
Avoid putting cotton swabs or paper towels into the Lightning port.
Never put your iPhone in a bowl of rice. You risk having your iPhone broken by rice grains if you do this.
If your iPhone and Lightning Accessories Aren’t Wet
If you keep getting this message whenever you plug in a specific cable or device, it may be broken. If you have any questions, please get in touch with the maker.
Contact Apple Support if this message appears every time you plug in an Apple Lightning cable or accessory.
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