IPhone Stuck On Apple Logo? Easy To Follow Fix

Is Your iPhone stuck on Apple logo screen? At first things might look grim but don’t worry we’re in your corner to help. They can be many reasons that your iPhone is experiencing this issue. Boot Loop is what we call this dilemma, and can be a quick fix depending on the culprit.

What can you do to solve Boot Loop?

Well, first you have to ask yourself why it happens? Was is it a bad update from iTunes, data transfer goon wrong, or a jail-broken phone software error which can lead to Boot Loop. These issues are easy to resolve since a necessary restore should fix your iPhone.

And, finally, the last possible way that your iPhone get stuck on Boot Loop is a Hardware problem, which doesn’t mean that the following things we recommend won’t help. Follow along see what we can do for you!

How To Fix IPhone Stuck On Apple Logo

Hard Reset Your IPhone

Hard reset your iPhone is the first step that should be taken while trying to escape Boot Loop and should fix the problem 70% time. Maybe, this your first time hearing the term hard reset. It is a button combination that differs between iPhone that forces the phone to shut down.

iPhone 6’s Or Earlier Hard Reset

  • Hold the power button and the home button together for 10 seconds until the phone restarts

iPhone 7 Or iPhone 7 Plus Hard Reset

  • Hold the power button and the volume down button together until the phone restarts

iPhone 8 Or Newer Hard Reset

  • Quickly press the volume up, then the volume down, and then hold down the power button until the phone restarts

After completing the hard reset, your iPhone might flash, or go dark. The phone might also restart on its own if your iPhone doesn’t start on it own press the power button to get it going. By then the boot loop issue is resolved.

How To Put IPhone In Recovery Mode

Without losing any Data

If your iPhone is still experiencing boot loop, you might need to go into recovery mode. Recovery Mode lets the iPhone run and connects to iTunes, also not booting up the Firmware. Recovery mode will allow you to update the OS, or restore a backup to the device.

To do this, you will need your computer with iTunes launch, also a USB cable for your iPhone. Most of the time, this operation does not delete your data. However, Apple is a confused company and don’t make firm promises, so it’s a good idea to have a backup.

iPhone 6’s Or Earlier Recovery Mode

  • Hold power and home buttons until told to connect to iTunes

iPhone 7 Or iPhone 7 Plus Recovery Mode

  • Press and hold power and volume down buttons, until shown to connect to iTunes

iPhone 8 Or Newer Recovery Mode

  • Hold the power button, until shown to connect to iTunes

For All Model iPhones

  1. Let go of any buttons when you see the “Connect to iTunes” appear on the iPhone screen
  2. Launch iTunes on the computer
  3. When asked to update or restore, choose update

Factory Restore IPhone

Will Erase Data

To perform a factory restore, follow the mention above but instead of picking update, choose to restore, which will restore the iPhone to original factory setting wiping all the data on it. I highly recommend having a backup, so the data loss is minimal.

DFU Restore

Will Erase Data

DFU or Device Firmware Update restore will always be the last option as this step can be dangerous if not perform correctly. I recommend you avoid DFU since even Apple wouldn’t also recommend it since it can brick your phone. Bricking your iPhone would make it useless and break the iPhone logic board.

Proceeded under your own risk!

For All Model iPhones

  1. Have your computer ready with iTunes launched.
  2. Connect your iPhone to your computer.

iPhone 6’s Or Earlier DFU Mode

  • Hold the Home button and power button together for ten seconds.
  • Let go of power button when the screen turns off, keep holding down the home button for ten seconds.
  • Once you receive the message in iTunes that an iPhone is detected let go of the home button, your iPhone is in DFU mode. (Screen must be dark)

iPhone 7 Or 7 Plus DFU Mode

  • Hold the volume down button and power button together for ten seconds.
  • Let go of power button when the screen turns off, keep holding down the volume button for ten seconds.
  • Once you receive the message in iTunes that an iPhone is detected let go of the volume button, your iPhone is in DFU mode. (Screen must be dark)
 

iPhone 8 Or Newer DFU Mode

  • Quickly press and let go the volume up, then the volume down, and then hold down the power button
  • Let go of power button when the screen turns off, then hold the volume down button for ten seconds.
  • Once you receive the message in iTunes that an iPhone is detected let go of the volume down button, your iPhone is in DFU mode. (Screen must be dark)

For All Model iPhones

Then proceed as a regular backup, or restore

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