Once your IPhone 5s is fully discharge, it may take a while to breathe life in it. There might be a possibility of a software breakdown or a worn out battery issue in your phone but before jumping in to these issues it is better to use some basic tactics to fix your phone that won’t turn on or charge.
Start with plugging-in the phone to the charger for 15 to 20 minutes, and then press the home and power buttons together to reboot the phone. You can even toggle the mute button couple of times before pressing the power and home button. Here, we have 3 different solutions to all the major causes resulting in your phone crash.
There is the possibility that the lightning connector may have wriggled around the charging port or is loosely attach to the port which may hinder charging leading to a subsequent draining battery followed by a blank screen. So what you should do?
Put some glue to the top of the lightening connector part of the USB cable to make it one mm thick. Now it can easily be inserted and when you see a battery icon on the home screen and an Apple logo after 10 seconds then viola you have solved the problem.
If the IPhone screen is still blank and nothing happens then there are three possibilities:
These issues call for few fixtures such as trying different chargers or cables but they have to pertain to the Apple certified specification or Mfi certified cables. Otherwise, you can always take your phone to Apple technicians and ask them why my IPhone 5s won’t turn on or charge.
A new fully charged iPhone 5s have a standby battery time of around 220 to 250 hours. But at a point in time your phone will call for a battery replacement as with time the lifespan of the battery diminishes. If you have some technical knowledge then you can save your trip to Apple store and replace the battery at home.
Several users have reported similar problem when the software of the phone has crashed. Following symptoms are associated to system crash: