My iPhone 5 stopped charging suddenly. I attempted using a different charger, and it worked for about 12 hours…but now it too has stopped working. I searched online and found that lint can get jammed in the charging area. I used toothpicks to clean out the area, but it still will not connect. I've tried with two cords (one is Apple, one is not)…and tried to connect with my Macbook Air as well as the wall chargers. Neither worked. I did find that when I had it plugged into the MBA, if I put some pressure on the plug one way or the other, I got the message: "Because a USB device was drawing too much power from your computer, one or more of your USB devices has been disabled." Luckily, my girlfriend's charger IS working with the phone…but not sure if that one will go too. ALSO, when I plug into the computer with her cord I do not get that error. Is there some long term PERMANENT solution to this issue? Most of what I found was either: 1. Clean out lint 2. Get a new cord Any other solutions? THANKS!!!