Why does my iPhone charger only have red, green, and white?
So my iPhone charger cable was broken, and i attempted to fix it myself. I opened the case and found the little green platform (don't know what does are called) which has label of W, G, R, and B. I figured those stand for White, Green, Red, and Black. However, when i cut open the wire from the middle, I found only 3 wires. Red, White, and Green. Since I also wanted my charger to be charge only, I searched online and figured that I only need the red and black cabled. BUT I CAN'T FIND THE BLACK CABLE ITSELF! Other than the red, green, and white, I also found 4 bunches of ultra thin wire grouped together. Are those the black cable's inside?
Can anyone tell me how to plug/tape the wires into the green platform so my iPhone would charge?
Alex, interesting little project. How about you post some images of the circuit board (green platform) and your cable and let us see what you see. Use this guide iFixitでの質問に画像を追加する方法 to add images.
Which one is positive and negative
Roger McAbee さんによる
Please be so so careful - unless you’re a qualified electrician I would NEBRR meddle with wires, and even then I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Please don’t do this - massively dangerous !