iPhone dead after using Mobile Power Station
Hope you can help.
I have an 18 month old iPhone 3GS which I've always taken good care of. At the weekend I bought a Mobile Power Station whilst out and about as I saw it for a good price. (I'll call this the MPS from now on)
It's the one in the link below; I bought one for my brother a couple of years ago and he's been very pleased with it. He was actually with me at the time and confirmed it was the same one.
I charged up the MPS overnight using a Belkin iPhone in car charger. The following morning my iPhone had about 15% left so just before making a call I plugged in the MPS, heard the phone make the little 'I'm charging' noise and thought all was well. Just a few seconds later, the screen went black and I could hear a faint whirring/clicking/buzzing noise from either the phone or the MPS.
Since then I can't do anything to get the phone to power up. Tried soft reset, various chargers, usb cable in computer (windows doesn't even make a sound), and my Yamaha docking station which actually switches itself off after a couple of minutes! I've noticed that anything I use makes strangle little buzzing noises (very quiet) when plugged into the phone.
I've now found out that the phone isn't under warranty (we thought it was as it's a company phone) so need some guidance.
Is this a good question?