Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Many times Apple’s iPhone users reporting an issue like iPhone keeps restarting over time to time automatically after iOS update. Sometimes it happens during some action perform, like launch new app, Open any media file, Open camera or Tap on notification (iMessage Notification, Access Third-party app notification, Start internet data or at the time of turn WiFi), Plug into iTunes.
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The main reason for your iPhone or other iOS device restart, mainly two different possibilities you should focus, Hardware or Software problem.
Troubleshooting ways of iPhone keeps restarting: Solved Solutions
In many troubleshooting ways for iPhone keeps rebooting on any action. Here you have to go through step by step. Here you can get a complete guide with elaborate Apple support solution on iOS device restarts or apple logo and other personal and expert’s answer that must be helped in some cases.
Factory reset device: iPhone, iPad or iPod
Factory reset process makes your equipment like new. Please take complete iPhone backup on iTunes or iCloud. And Follow the forward steps
Step #1: Open iTunes on Mac/PC.
Step #2: Connect iPhone to iTunes through lighting cable. From the top Tab, Choose device with named
Step #3: Click on Summary, And Restore iPhone.
Step 4: Next, You will see popup alert, For Factory, reset setting, Tap on Restore.
Step 5: After successfully restore, once restart you will see the welcome screen.
Now you can restore previous data from backup.
iPhone Restore in DFU mode
DFU mode Restore your device in recovery mode, Follow the below steps
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Mac/PC iTunes via lighting cable.
Step 2: Turn off the device, By Press Sleep/ Wake and Home button at the same time.
Step 3: Wait for 10 seconds and then release Sleep/ Wake button, but still continuous holding down the Home button. Until you will see iTunes popup message
“iTunes has detected iPhone in recovery mode” on Mac/PC screen.
Step 4: Black screen on device sign about your iPhone in DFU mode, now you can restore firmware for fix iOS inline error and corrupt files.
iPhone running on Up to date iOS version
Your device’s iOS should be up to date; if you have iPhone 5 then first check your device running on iOS version through iTunes or WiFi network.
Installed App should be up to date
Contact Apple support
Apple will Support you very well, Through (Email, Call) online and local Apple store. Find all about Apple support here
Keep your eye on replacement program, last year Apple announce battery replacement program for all users who have iPhone 5. Still, it’s running officially for your country. Check here for your device serial number.
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