6 Ways to Fix iPhone Shows Apple Logo and Turns Off


6 Ways to Fix iPhone Shows Apple Logo and Turns Off

Quite a lot of people have reported that their iPhone becomes stuck at the Apple logo and then turns off automatically. The same issue is happening on my iPhone. When I try to turn on the iPhone, my iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo and turning off. After that, I found some solutions to get rid of the issue. Sometimes, this issue may occur due to a software bug. So, don’t freak out. Here, I’ll share some of the solutions to fix this issue. So, let’s move on to the solution.

How To Fix iPhone Shows Apple Logo and Turns Off?

First of all, you want to examine how it happens. And if there is a way to resolve this problem. What’s the harm? Here are some of the reasons for this issue. That is, it could be due to the most recent software update, or it could be caused by attempting to jailbreak your iPhone. Here are some possible solutions.

Method 1. Charge Your iPhone

Charge your iPhone

First, check if your iPhone has enough charge. Sometimes, if there is not enough charge on the iPhone. Then the iPhone keeps showing the apple logo then turns it off. So, try to charge your iPhone by plugging it in. Finally, make sure it works properly on your iPhone. If not, proceed to the next solution.

Method 2. Force Restart To Fix iPhone Shows Apple Logo and Turns Off

As we all know, restarting the iPhone is a common troubleshooting method that will fix a wide range of issues. So, give it a shot. As a result,

Force restart your iPhone 6,7,8 and lateriPhone 8 and later:

  • First, press and hold the Volume Up button once.
  • And press and hold the Volume Down button once.
  • Then press and hold the Side button, there you can see the Apple logo appears on your iPhone. After that, release the button.

iPhone 7 and 7 plus:

  • Press and hold the Volume Down button and Sleep/Wake button at the same time.
  • There you can see the Apple logo on your iPhone. At last, release both buttons.

iPhone 6 and earlier:

  • Simultaneously, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Home button.
  • Release both buttons once the Apple logo appears on the iPhone.

Method 3. Restore your iPhone Using Tenorshare ReiBoot

For those of you who are still experiencing the same issue with your iPhone. Finally, try restoring your iPhone with this third-party software. That is Restore your iPhone using Tenorshare ReiBoot (Here’s the link to download). This will undoubtedly resolve your problem. So, let’s take a look at the next steps.

  • Open the Tenorshare ReiBoot on your Mac. Next, connect your iPhone with a lighting cable.
  • To restore your iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo, you should click the Start button.

Click start option to restore your iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo

  • Then, choose the Standard repair. To start the repair process, select the Standard repair.

Select the standard repair option to restore the iPhone using Tenoshare ReiBoot

  • You should now see the Firmware download screen, select the Download option to begin the download process.

Click the download button to restore the iPhone

  • After the download is complete, click the Start Standard Repair.

click the Start Standard Repair to restore your iPhone

  • It will now take a few minutes to complete the process. Until then, keep your iPhone connected to your Mac/PC. When the repair process is finished, your iPhone will restart normally.

Click the done option to restore the iPhone

Note: Tenorshare ReiBoot will fix many iOS system problems on your iPhone. You will not only solve the iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo and turning off the problem, but it will also solve many other problems such as iPhone keeps turning on and off, iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo, and iPhone is Stuck on recovery mode loop. Furthermore, there is no longer any data loss when using the standard repair function.

Method 4. Restore your iPhone Using iTunes

Another effective method for resolving the problem is to restore your iPhone using iTunes. Check to see if the iPhone is synced with iTunes. If not, you must first put it into recovery mode with iTunes before attempting a restore. Then proceed with the next steps.

  • Open iTunes on your Mac/PC. Then connect your iPhone to your Mac with a USB cable.
  • And boot your iPhone with recovery mode. For that,

Restore your iPhone Using iTunesiPhone 8 and later:

First, press and hold the Volume Up button once. And press and hold the Volume Down button once. Then press and hold the Side button,  until the connect to iTunes screen appears.

iPhone 7 and 7 plus:

Press and hold the Volume Down button and Sleep/Wake button at the same time. Once you have seen the Connect to iTunes screen then release both buttons.

iPhone 6 and earlier:

Simultaneously, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Home button. And keep holding both buttons until the Connect to iTunes screen appears.

  • Now your iPhone is in recovery mode. Then go ahead and restore the device. To do that, click the Restore button.

click the restore option to restore the iPhone using iTunes

Note: When you perform Restore your iPhone via iTunes, it will be removed your dates. So before clicking the Restore option make sure to do your backup.

Method 5. Contact Apple to Restore your iPhone

If any of the above solutions don’t work, contact Apple support to get your iPhone restored. If there is a hardware problem, please visit the nearest Apple repair store. They will surely help you in resolving the issue with your iPhone.

Method 6. Use the DFU Restore

If still, you persist with the iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo and turning it off issue. Then try the DFU recovery mode. To do that,

Note: Before moving to DFU restore, you have to keep in mind, that this will lose all data on your iPhone.

First, plug your iPhone into your Mac using a USB cable. And launch iTunes and put your iPhone into DFU recovery mode. Then follow the instruction.

Conclusion

I hope these 6 ways will help you to resolve the iPhone keeps showing the Apple logo and turning it off issue. If you have any other worked solutions, please share them in the comments box below. And please continue to support iPhoneTopics.com.

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