If your iPhone won’t turn on and stuck in black screen, you’ll surely be anxious about your iPhone data and hope to solve this problem as quickly as possible. Thus, here we will show you 5 effective solutions to this issue.
Many users have encountered the trouble – iPhone won’t turn on. If it cannot be solved as soon as possible, iPhone data may be threatened, similar to corrupt PST data on computer. Now, don’t wait any longer! Just take the following 5 solutions to fix it.
1. Recharge iPhone
Above all, you need to consider whether the iPhone’s battery runs out. Therefore, in the first place, you need to recharge your iPhone. Just let it charge for 15 – 30 minutes. If the issue stems from the battery, as long as charged enough, iPhone will turn on automatically.
Yet, if you can confirm that the culprit is indeed battery but recharging does not make effects, you can suspect that perhaps the charger or USB cable is damaged. Hence, you need to try other charger again.
2. Force Restart iPhone
However, if charging the iPhone is not helpful, the next step is to force restart the iPhone. Some users also have witnessed that a restart can eliminate this problem. You can simply hold down the “Power” button in the right edge of iPhone for a few seconds. If iPhone is off successfully, in general, it will be able to turn on.
3. Hard Reset iPhone
In addition, there are chances that the issue is actually software glitch. Under this circumstance, you can try to hard reset the iPhone. Hold down the “Power” and “Home” buttons at the same time for about 10 seconds. If you see the shut-down slider on screen, you should keep holding the buttons until the white Apple Logo appears. Now, iPhone will turn on normally.
4. Restore iPhone with iTunes
Aside from “Hard Reset”, you can try fix logical issues in iPhone via restoring it to factory settings with iTunes. However, by this means, the iPhone will be erased thoroughly. Therefore, this way is only recommended to those who have backups in hand. First, connect iPhone to computer. Then, put iPhone into recovery mode. Next, open iTunes on PC to restore iPhone by following onscreen instructions.
5. Contact Repair Engineers
All the above solutions won’t absolutely work if the iPhone is virtually corrupted physically. That is to say, if the iPhone is damaged, such as water or fire damaged or heavily dropped, you’d better contact the relevant iPhone repair professionals instead of attempting DIY repair.
Shirley Zhang is a data recovery expert in DataNumen, Inc., which is the world leader in data recovery technologies, including mdf repair and outlook repair software products. For more information visit www.datanumen.com