How to Fix My iPhone Keeps Shutting Off?


Many iPhone users have a complaint that their “iPhone keeps shutting off”. Generally, this was a simple issue that you can solve it using simple steps. Because Apple Support gave better solutions to get rid of this problem. Here I gonna share with you the fixes to solve this issue.

Fix 1: Force Restart your device

If your device randomly goes to shut down, then try this restart method. For that,

For iPhone 6 and earlier

restart the iphone 6

 

  1. Simultaneously press and hold the “Home Button” and “Power Button”.
  2. Hold both buttons until the screen turns to “black” and wait until the Apple Logo appears.

For iPhone 7

restart the 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

restart the iphone 8

  1. Press the “Volume Up button” and release it.
  2. Press the “Volume Down button” and release it
  3. Then, press and hold the “Side Button” until the Apple Logo appears on the screen.

Fix 2: Update iOS Version

If the force restart does not work, then move to the software update. Make sure to update your device to the latest version. For that,

software update

  1. Go to Settings -> General -> Software Update.
  2. And click “Download and Install”.
  3. Now check if there is any update is available on your device.
  4. Then Enter the “Passcode”.
  5. Next, it will download and install the current version of iOS.

Fix 3: Check the Battery Health

Sometimes the battery will be affected or damaged. So, try to check the battery’s health. So for that,

check the battery performance

 

  1. Launch “Settings”.
  2. Tap “Battery”.
  3. Select “Battery Health”.
  4. The “Maximum Capacity” menu shows the total charge capacity of your iPhone to hold. If your Maximum capacity is very low, you may get some issues.
  5. The “Peak Performance Capability” tells you the iPhone performance related to battery capacity.

Fix 4: Restore iPhone from backup with DFU Mode

This method is solved for many people, So you can also try this one.

  1. Connect your iPhone to Mac/PC.
  2. In iTunes, you need to take the backup of your iPhone. To do this click the “Back Up Now” in the main iTunes window.
  3. After doing this action you need to connect your iPhone to DFU Mode.

For Restart the iPhone 8 & later

  1. Press and release the Volume Up Button.
  2. Then, press and release the Volume Down Button.
  3. Press and hold the Side button until the black screen appears and then, press the Volume Down Button.
  4. After 5 seconds, press the side button along with the Volume Down button.
  5. Leave the buttons after your iPhone appears in iTunes.

For Restart the iPhone 7

  1. Press and hold the side button and Volume down button at the same time.
  2. When a window pops up in iTunes that says iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode, let go of the volume down button.
  3. If the iPhone screen turns black, it means you are in DFU Mode.

For Restart the iPhone 6 and earlier

  1. Press and hold the side button(power button) and Home button at the same time.
  2. When a window pops up in iTunes that says iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode, let go of the volume down button.
  3. If the iPhone screen turns black, it means you are in DFU Mode.

Fix 5: Contact Apple Support

contact apple support

If your iPhone is under any warranty status, then you can contact Apple Support for further Repair or Replacement.

Hope this article will be useful for you. If you find this article useful, then kindly share your opinion through the comments. Thank You…

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