iOS 14: My iPhone XS Max Won’t Turn on and Black Screen after Charge Over Night

Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020

Your Apple iPhone XS Max Won’t Turn on in iOS 14 or iOS 13.6, don’t worry. We will help you. For any reason, you did not get the idea and won’t turn on, and black screen even after keeps charging overnight. Is that ok with you, at this point, you will think too many possibilities about why this happens again and again? But you need to follow my guide that helps in your problem like iPhone XS Max black screen, won’t charge, stuck in a black screen all Apple logo. Besides, you can also prefer the video guide at the end of the article and fix iPhone XS Max won’t turn on after charging overnight.

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This trick that I explain here will help if your device hasn’t any problem with hardware damage. Sometimes dropped iPhone XS Max or water damage can result in such situations. Most of the time, it’s just a minor problem with the software and all of sudden iPhone XS Max turns off and won’t start, at that time what should we do? that’s a big question because any wrong measure could destroy the phone or void the warranty. Nevertheless, the buggy software update is also responsible for the error like iPhone XS Max won’t start after an update or iPhone XS Max stuck on Apple logo after the update.

Moreover, if you are using the non-official charger to charge the iPhone, then in a long time it can damage the battery or motherboard by excess power load on the battery. That is why Apple keeps repeating and recommends us to use the original Chargers and other accessories.

Background app running on your iPhone kill the iOS process and Draining battery in a short time. That means the app is not compatible with the latest iOS. Delete the app or Downgrade from/to iOS 12, Most of the case Wipe Cache by Hard Reboot and Restore iPhone can fix all the problems from the root.

Note: The tech company Apple suggests All-time, Never use third-party software or charging accessories whenever your phone won’t turn on or won’t charge. Because it harms your data, However, you can use it on your own Risk.

But I am sure about the software issue we can solve without any technical knowledge.

iPhone XS Max Black Screen issue fixed

Fix my iPhone XS Max won’t turn On iOS 14/13/ioS 12: Quick Solution in Walkthrough

Fix 1: Restart or Hard Reboot your iPhone XS Max

A simple restart can fix multiple system glitches at once, but only if they are temporary. Unlike you have dropped the iPhone XS Max in water and it won’t turn on then the chances are low that restart will work. Anyway, try once.

  • Quickly press and release the Volume up button
  • Quickly press and release the Volume down button
  • Now Press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.

Next, To turn on your iPhone, Only press the power button or the Side button to turn on. For more details, you can see the given picture.

Force Restart iPhone XS max won't turn on

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Fix #2. You should Charge Your Apple XS Max for a While

I strongly recommend that in case of your iPhone XS Max died and showing a black screen and doesn’t Turn On, No problem, don’t worry. Put your iPhone into charging mode for a while up to to 10 minutes, it doesn’t matter what you are using Wall charger and or wireless charger.

Many users reporting that iPhone XS Max won’t turn on after full battery drain. So that you should wait for a while to get a phone turn on. in case of a still phone not turning on then press and hold the side button till your phone get live.

for more knowledge, do you know how much time does the Apple XS max phone takes to charge completely from o to 100 percentage? Get below.

15 minutes: 26 percent
30 minutes: 46 percent
According to the above stats, we can say that reaching a full charge requires anywhere between 3 hours and 21 minutes to 3 hours and 43 minutes. Source: Quora

Fix 3: Restore iPhone 10 in recovery mode without data loss

  • Apple recommends this way, to fix issues without any Third-Party software.

This is a very handy and functional solution to your problem.

  1. First of all update your iTunes to the latest version on your Mac or PC.
  2. Now quit iTunes on your Mac or PC. Connect your iPhone XS Max to Mac or PC via lighting cable.
  3. Now force restart your iPhone XS Max. Quickly press and release the volume up button and down button one by one. Now only push and hold the side button until you see the lightning cable and iTunes logo on your iPhone. That is the recovery mode of your iPhone XS Max.

Now launch iTunes on your Mac or PC.

4. iTunes will prompt like the update and restore button. Go with the update button, and the items will process for download compatible iOS Firmware on your Mac or PC first of all. After that, the iPhone will install automatically a new iOS software update.

In this process, it takes the backup first of all so that you will be secure all the time.

Wait, until you see the welcome screen on your iPhone, that you have seen on your new iPhone setup.

Use iTunes to set up your iPhone XS Max and all the data back to your iPhone.

Wrap Up

Hard Reboot or Restore doesn’t help out. You can contact Apple Support via online guide or Hand over your iPhone to a Technician at nearby apple care. The best solution is that book a genius bar appointment. If you are lucky and the iPhone XS Max is in warranty then you might get a replacement for defective iPhone.

Watch Tips in Video

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