I have downloaded and installed iOS 11 successfully without any glitches. But after update iOS 11, my iPhone 8 Plus won’t charge and screen display “This accessory may not be supported” and anyway I was unable to charge my phone. Therefore, As a geek, I have tried various tactics to bypass the problem. And, finally, I got success. So you guys, anyone else facing same error message on your Apple iOS 11, iOS 11.1, iOS 11.2.2 or later device screen, then you should follow bottom guide that will help you to resolve quickly.
Probably issue could be defective Charging cable, device hardware (damaged charging port) or possible Software bug. Sometimes it affects only with specific iOS devices while same Apple Charger and lighting cable that came with iOS device work well with another iDevice. So sad still, I think your demand device is running out of juice.Don’t worry. Let’s follow our guide to bypass the bug Accessory is not certified or not supported by this headphones.
Fix This Accessory May Not be Supported iOS 11 on an iPhone
Fix #1. Check for Software Update
First, you need to give priority to the iOS ecosystem. I mean you should check any update available under General in Settings App.
Open the Settings app and tap General to check latest available firmware. Next up, tap on Software Update. If an update is there, please do first and then try to plug and charge your iDevice. If needed get the solution – unable to check for update iOS
Hope, you’re doing this process with good Wi-Fi strength or high-speed Cellular Data Plan. If you have the same issue then keeps continuing process.
Fix #2. Restart your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
Just pressing and holding on power button till you appear drag slide to Power off button. And go with the same method to start device back. In iOS 11, you can also restart device using without power button.
Fix# 2.2 Force Restart iOS device to fix This accessory may not be supported
To Force Restart iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus/8 Plus:
1: Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button, then Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button, then in last Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.
To Start iPhone, Again press Side button until startup apple logo on the screen.
Force Restart iPhone 7/7 Plus: Sleep/Wake + Volume Down buttons simultaneously
Force Restart iPhone 6S and Earlier: Sleep/Wake + Home button simultaneously
Fix #3. Keep Clean your iPhone and iPad Charging Port
We found lots of guys who had dust in the port that occasionally create this kind of issue. So, to remove any debris from the charging port on the bottom of your iOS device. Also, turning cable end around also help you to charge your device.
The lighting cable is Plugging in first to your iOS device charging port and then connect to the Socket. Many folks claim that this clue works excellent. In case still, doesn’t Charge. Try the following workaround.
Fix #4. You need to try a different lighting cable or Charger
Let’s take an another Apple official Charger and try again on your iPad Air, iPad or iPhone. We always recommended use Apple official USB to lighting cable and adapter to charge your iOS, macOS, Apple Watch device. Cause, some of the third-party charging cable could damage your expensive device battery and other internal hardware too.
Don’t forget to share with us what solution worked for you. Even None of the clues helpful? You should contact Apple support to get more Service. The best way is that you should book a genius bar appointment to nearby Apple Store.
You can try alternative option recently to charge your iPhone, iPad Air, iPad Pro, iPad mini, all iPad, and iPod touches using Power bank, through MacBook, Computer, and charge through the wall plug.
So dear friends ever you find another solution to resolve This accessory may not work reliably with this iPhone or iPad, please share in the comments. We’ll appreciate your answer.