Two days ago Apple has launched iOS 4.3.2. Basically, this release of iOS is just to fix the bugs which were founded on previously released iOS 4.3.1, and this update almost fixed the all bugs of iOS 4.3.1 until we saw this topic in Apple’s support forum. But here’s a problem surfaced on Apple support forum, an iPhone user claimed that he can’t charge his iPhone 4 after upgrading to iOS 4.3.2.
Here’s the reported problem by an iPhone 4 user:
I updated my iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.2 but this resulted in being asked to restore my iPhone to factory settings due to a problem. The update seems to have worked and have regained everthing I lost after syncing my phone. The problem now is that my iPhone won’t charge, either by power socket or by USB via my MacBook. The MacBook doesn’t seem to recognise the charging cable (the official one that came with the iPhone) and I was sometimes getting on screen messages saying such when trying to charge the iPhone. The iPhone now has no charge at all so I am completely lost. I hope someone out there can help as I really don’t have the time to go to my local Apple store for them to only send off the phone to be repaired and be left phoneless. Thanks in advance everyone.
He attempted his energy cable with his friend’s iPhone and it operates nicely. Until now he cannot fix his issue. Make sure you tell me if you encountered this kind of problems.