For smartphone owners who found our site while trying to find a solution, try to see if your phone is one of the devices we support. If it is, then visit the troubleshooting page for that device, browse through it to find issues that are similar with yours and feel free to use our solutions and workarounds. However, if you still need our help after that, then fill up our iPhone issues questionnaire and hit submit to contact us. Perhaps you are using a non-Apple charger or the charging cable you are using is not the one that came with your iPhone and therefore not compatible with your iPhone. Another possible reason is that something on the charging port or Lightning port of your iPhone may be barring the contact between the phone and the charger. As a result, there is no firm or secure connection between the phone and the charger.
Why Does the iPhone Say “This Accessory May Not Be Supported”?
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There are several reasons why you might see this alert or similar alerts on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. If you see an alert, learn what to do. Some accessories might require the latest version of iOS. If this is the first time that you tried to use the accessory, make sure that it works with your device.
Just updated to the latest iOS for your iPhone, iPad, or other device and now see the message that your pencil, keyboard, headphones, speaker, microphone, or other Bluetooth or lightning accessory is not supported by this iPhone or iPad, etc. If so, you are not alone! Quite a few of our readers tell us that after updating to either a major or even minor iOS upgrade that their accessories no longer work with their iDevices. So if possible, use the original cables, chargers, and adapters that came with your iDevice. If your accessory makes a physical connection to the iDevice, like the iPad Pro Keyboard or a pair of lightning headphones, make sure you clean both sides of the connection well.
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