Wasn’t everything just normal, until one fine day your iPhone just stuck on the Apple logo and you could not even reach till the home screen. You may think it’s fine and maybe just taking longer this time to start. Alas!! It’s more than you guessed, something more serious has made your phone unresponsive.
So, what could be the reason behind Apple logo stuck error? Well, a probability is that there’s a problem with the operating system which is preventing the phone from booting up normally. It is very difficult for an average user to figure out the exact cause of the problem, however, we have tried jotting down the most common reasons:
No need to get troubled thinking that your iPhone has completely ruined. Here are some easy solutions you can take to get your iPhone out of a startup loop.
The first thing you should do is to restart the iPhone and try to resolve the problem. Press and hold on the ON/OFF button and slide to power off.
This trick sometimes works, however, in some cases it fails. This simple trick doesn’t give any sigh of relief if your iPhone is completely frozen and won’t respond to pressing the sleep/wake button. In such cases, a hard reset is required.
To do so follow these steps:
But if it fails, try the further solutions.
If the above solution doesn’t fix your problem, try putting your iPhone into Recovery Mode. It’s a simple process and solves the problem in some cases.
To put an iPhone into recovery mode please follow these steps:
If still, nothing has worked for you, then there’s a problem booting up your iPhone. DFU Mode will let you completely reload your iPhone’s firmware when you connect to iTunes and restore the iPhone.
To enter DFU Mode, follow these instructions:
Note: If there is Apple logo or Connect to iTunes prompt, it means you are not in the DFU Mode. Keep trying the same procedure as it requires precision and you may get lucky after a few tries.
To your luck, the above-mentioned solutions may work in 90% cases. However, if you fall in the remaining 10%, it’s time to take your iPhone to the Authorized Apple Service center and get a repair done.