How to fix an iPad/iPhone not charging?
You're having trouble charging your iPad, but you're not sure what to do. Even though you plug your iPad in expecting it to charge, nothing happens. So we are giving you a few reasons and tips to do if this happens.
When an iPad won't charge, one of the four components that work together to charge your iPad is broken. These are a few parts:
The software on your iPad (iPadOS).
your iPad power supply.
the Lightning connector.
the port for charging your iPad.
First, make sure that there is a problem. Check to check if the lightning bolt appears in or next to the battery icon in the upper right corner of your iPad's screen after connecting it to an AC adapter. If the battery is already dead, give it two hours to charge before checking on it.
Few things to check:
A charging cord check: Check your charging cord for signs of wear and strain such as bends or fraying. If there are no evident signs of damage, use a different cable to be sure that's not the problem.
Verify the charging block on your iPad: If your charging cord appears to be functioning, your charging block may be malfunctioning (also known as a power adapter). If the charging block that comes with your iPad isn't working, try plugging it into another charging block or a USB port on your computer.
Examine the iPad's charging port: Over time, the charging port on your iPad may gather dust and debris, which may eventually prevent it from charging correctly. Follow these instructions to clean out the charging port on the bottom of your cell phone.
Start up your iPad: The software may be to blame for your iPad's charging issue. In this situation, a straightforward restart might work.
STARTING UP AN IPAD WITHOUT THE HOME BUTTON:
Hold down both the Volume buttons and the Top button.
After moving the slider, give your iPad roughly 30 seconds to power off.
Press and hold the Top button until the Apple® logo shows to switch it back on.
HOW TO RESTART AN IPAD WITH A HOME BUTTON:
Hold down the Top button until the power off slider appears.
Drag it, then wait for your iPad to switch off for roughly 30 seconds.
Press and hold the Top button until the Apple logo appears to turn it back on.
You can also do a hard reset on your iPad if that doesn't work (also known as a force restart).