iOS device is very sensitive device as it doesn’t support unwanted modules. But, it you talk about most stable and comparatively faster device or platform, iOS comes first. Its processor and other things are powering up the gadgets what Apple generally develop. Nowadays, more people are buying iPhone but unlike Android, there is only one company, which produced iOS devices and that is Apple.
iOS has a lot of free apps, games and many other things those are very useful for any kind of user. However, if you have been using iPhone or iPad, you can get a problem and that is called This accessory may not be supported error. This is a common error among iPhone users those are using iPhone or any other iOS device for a quite long time. Generally, new iPhone doesn’t show such kind of error but if you are using iOS device for a long time, there is a chance to get the same error on your iPhone screen.
However, some people have claimed that “This accessory may not be supported” error has come up after upgrading to iOS 10. Although, this is not confirmed yet some people have claimed so. However, if you have upgraded your iPhone to iOS 10 and confronted this error, here are some possible solutions, what may help you to get rid of “This accessory may not be supported” error in iPhone or iPad.
This Accessory May Not Be Supported Error in iPhone
There might have several reasons that may cause this problem. In other words, there is no particular or confirmed reasons behind this problem. Now, let’s check out the following workarounds to fix this issue.
- iPhone or any other iOS device shows this error, if you try to plug in an unofficial USB. iOS devices support only official gadgets like USB. There are many other companies those produce fake USB cable. If you try to use them, you may get the problem. So, the solution is, do not use any other USB except official.
- If you have put your iOS device somewhere untouched, the port can get dirty and this is when you may get similar issue on your iPhone. Therefore, if you are planning to put your iPhone untouched for a couple of days, do not forget to cover it with something so that, it doesn’t get dirty.
- If the ports have got some dust, you should clean that before plugging in the USB cable. Otherwise, both of the things will get damaged. Therefore, use a cotton to clean the USB port and cable.
- Restart your iOS device. Although, this should not be a solution but some people have marked it as a solution.
These are most common solutions to that problem. Hope you can fix the issue using these methods.