As you all know many iPhone users have a complaint that their “iPhone XR Won’t turn on and Not Responding”. Basically, this problem may occur after updating to the iOS latest version. If you have this issue? Don’t Worry… Luckily Apple Support gave the fixes to solve this issue. Here I gonna share with you the possible solutions to solve this problem efficiently.
Fix 1: Restart your iPhone
- Press and hold the Power Button until the slider appears.
- Drag the slider to turn off your device.
- After your iPhone turns off, press and hold the Power button until the Apple Logo appears.
Fix 2: Force Restart iPhone
For iPhone 6 and early
- Press and hold the “Home Button” and “Power Button” simultaneously.
- Hold both buttons until the screen turns to “black” and wait until the Apple Logo appears.
For iPhone 7
Press and hold the Power and Volume Down Button at the same time until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 8 and later
- Press the “Volume Up button” and release it.
- Press the “Volume Down button” and release it
- Then, press and hold the “Side Button” until the Apple Logo appears.
Fix 3: Use iTunes
- Connect the iPhone with a Computer via Lightning cable.
- Open “iTunes” on PC.
- Press “Volume Up Button” and release it.
- Then press the “Volume Down Button” and release it.
- Press and hold down the power button until the “Connect to iTunes” screen appears and don’t release until you see the Apple logo.
- There will be two options for you “Update” and “Restore”.
- Choose “Update”.
This process may take 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
Fix 4: Restore your iPhone in DFU/Recovery Mode
- Connect your iPhone to Mac/Computer via Lightning (USB) cable.
- Open iTunes on PC/Computer.
- Make sure that iTunes is updated to the latest version.
- Then Force Restart your iPhone
- Don’t leave Buttons after seeing the Apple Logo. Keep holding it until the Recovery Mode screen (iTunes screen) appears.
- Select “Update” or “Restore” in the pop-up box. If you select “Update”, iTunes will try to reinstall iOS without deleting your data. Wait until the process is finished.
- Then Force Restart your iPhone.
Note: If it doesn’t work out, select “Restore” instead of “Update”.
If your iPhone is under any warranty status, then you can contact Apple Support for further Repair or Replacement. If you have any other doubts or suggestion regarding this article, let me know through the comments.