iPhone 5S Still won't charge after replacing lightning port?
Recently, my iPhone 5s decided to stop charging on me. After trying to clean the port to no avail, and knowing that when the phone was charged, it would hold it's charge normally, I chalked it up to being the lightning connector and ordered a new one.
Today, I opened the phone up and installed the new lightning connector but the phone still won't charge. The phone is completely dead, so when I hold the power button, I get the dead battery screen, with a charging symbol, but the screen seems to be flickering. As of now, it's been on the charger for the past hour, with no change.
The only thing I could think of that would be causing this issue now would be the logic board, or a second faulty connector, but I'm not sure of it.
I don't have applecare insurance anymore, so I can't chat with apple or take it to the genius bar.
Oh, and it is the 16GB space grey model, and it is my second 5S (had my first one replaced through AppleCare).
What do you guys think?
Is this a good question?