Did you know that Apple has an “Emergency Override” option, which allows users to keep charging despite the risk of damage? Users can also ignore the iOS 14 warning, unplug the Lightning cord, and manually dismiss the notification with this feature.
This is to warn you that there may be water or some liquid in your charging port which could cause damage to your iPhone. If an emergency occurs, you can continue charging.
iOS shows notifications such as “Charging Not Available” or “Liquid Detected in Lightning Connector.” The charging message states that moisture has been detected in the connection port and advises the user to remove all installed devices to allow the port to dry.
What is Emergency iPhone Charging?
The emergency override feature on iPhone allows you to avoid the liquid detection alert. When you enable this feature, your iPhone will be charged whether or not the parts are still wet. Of course, even if you’re using a wireless charger, I’m not a fan of charging your iPhone this way.
There are also two alternatives in the alert: Emergency Override and Dismiss. When you come across this notification, you may be wondering what happens when you select the “Emergency Override” option.
What Happens When You “Uncharge” Your iPhone from Charging??
“Liquid has been detected in the Lightning connector. Unplug to let the connector dry. Charging now may damage your iPhone.”
When this warning appears on your smartphone, it means that charging via the charging port is not possible. In other words, this notification means that charging is disabled. This is an iOS feature intended to prevent corrosion, as charging can permanently damage the inside of the device if the charging port is damp, leading to a short circuit. When the phone detects that the port is completely dry, it will automatically remove this notification.
In simple terms, your iPhone will have permanent damage based on the damage done by the water that entered.
Will the emergency override charge the iPhone for extended use?
Apple has introduced this option for customers who may need to charge their iPhone to turn it on in an emergency. As a result, Emergency Override is not intended to charge the battery for an extended period of time. Its sole purpose is to charge the battery so that you can use your iPhone in an emergency.
Will Using Emergency Override Charging Harm Your iPhone?
Of course, Emergency Override means charging your iPhone even if it’s wet. Even though Apple includes it, it doesn’t encourage you to use it because it can damage your iPhone. It can damage your iPhone. So in a nutshell.
NOTE: If you need to charge your iPhone in emergency mode, you can use a wireless charger instead of a power cord. This approach is safer because you don’t have to connect directly to an electrical source. However, only use this procedure in an emergency. If you can wait for your iPhone to dry naturally, you can avoid using wireless charging.
Until next time, with another topic. Until then, Toodles.