Many iPhone users wonder whether their devices continue charging when turned off.
In this article, I will explore the answer to this question and provide you with a clear understanding of how iPhone charging works when your phone is off or dead.
Does iPhone Charge When Off?
Yes, an iPhone does charge when turned off. If your iPhone is powered off and you plug in the charger, it will automatically turn on and start charging.
The apple logo will appear as soon as you connect the charger, and your iphone will start.
iPhone Charging when Dead
When you connect the charger to a dead iPhone, you will see a large red lightning icon in the middle of the screen, indicating that your iphone is charging.
If the lightning icon doesn’t appear, you can press the power button, and it will start showing the lightning icon on the screen.
After 1-2 minutes, your iphone will automatically start, just like it starts when it is off while charging.
Can iPhone Charge Faster when Turned Off?
In my experience, iPhone charges a little bit faster when it is turned off and charging. This is because when the phone is turned off, it stops using power, which can help the battery charge more quickly.
When the iPhone is powered on and in use, it requires power to operate the screen, processor, and other components, which can slow down the charging process.
However, when the iPhone is turned off, all these processes are terminated, which allows the battery to charge more quickly.
It’s also important to remember that the difference in charging speed between a powered-on iPhone and a turned-off iPhone may not be significant.
This is because it also depends on other factors, such as the type of charging adapter and cable used, as well as the condition and age of the battery.
How to Stop iPhone from Automatically Turning on When Charging?
When you connect your iPhone to a charger, it will automatically turn on and start charging. If you prefer to keep your iPhone turned off while charging, you can do so by following the process below.
- First, connect your iPhone to the charger as you normally would.
- Once it’s connected, you need to manually power off your iPhone.
- To do this, press and hold the power button on your iPhone until the “slide to power off” option appears on the screen.
- Swipe the option to the right to turn off your iPhone.
After your iPhone is turned off, it will continue to charge while remaining powered down, but it will not show battery percentage or any indication of charging.
iPhone Charging Indicator when Powered Off
Many people say that a lightning indicator will start showing on the iPhone screen, indicating that it is charging when turned off.
This is only true if your iphone is completely out of battery; otherwise, as soon as you plug in the charger, your powered off iphone will automatically turn on.
However, If you switch it off again while plugged in, then it will keep on charging, but there will be no indicator shown on the iphone screen.
In conclusion, an iPhone does charge when turned off. It will automatically turn on and start charging as soon as you plug the charger in, but if you prefer to keep your iPhone powered off while charging, you can manually power it down once plugged in.
Additionally, while it appears that an iPhone may charge faster when turned off compared to when it’s powered on, any difference in speed is likely minimal.
Finally, while your iPhone is charging while powered off, no lightning indicator will be shown to confirm the process.