Some users reported that after they upgraded to the latest operating system, they experience some troubles afterward. One of the troubles is an annoying beeping sound while the iPhone is charging. However, when using a USB cable to charge the iPhone, there are no beeping sounds.
If this is the case for you, then you are on the right page.
Some Reasons Why You Have this Issue
iPhone is Beeping when it is plugged in on an electrical outlet. If the iPhone keeps beeping even if you have plugged it off, then do the following:
1st Solution: Get Another Charger
You have to plug off and plug it on again.
If your issue is the charger, then you can buy another original charger that is certified by Apple.
2nd Solution: Get another Cable
If you recently changed the cable of your charger, then try to use the original one that came with your phone. Make sure that the power supply is enough to support your charger and your device.
3rd Solution: Reboot your iPhone
You can do a force restart by holding the Volume down button and the home button simultaneously. The beeping should stop immediately if your device is turned off.
4th Solution: Check the Electrical Outlets and the Charger
Make sure that your charger is plugged in correctly to the wall. Insert the charger or use another outlet if you feel that the device is too loose, then change the electrical sockets where it is plugged in.
5th Solution: Turn Off Automatic Sync on your iPhone
- In order to do this, just go to your iTunes application.
- Head on to the “Edit” or “Preferences” tab. Look for the checkbox. That says Prevent Device from syncing automatically. Make sure that it is unchecked.
- Simply Reboot your iPhone. In order to do this, go to Settings, then tap on General. Click on Turn Off Device. Wait for a few minutes before you turn it back on again.
If you keep experiencing the beeping sound on your iPhone, it might be time for you to contact an expert. You should let them know about the issue so that they will have a clear idea on when to fix it.