3 Solutions to Fix iPhone Won't Turn On
Have you ever met the problem that your iPhone refuses to switch on and it seems to be "bricked"? There is a good chance that your iPhone is actually functional, all you need to is to do some gentle operations to wake it up. And here in this article you are offered several tricks to fix iPhone won't turn on problem. Just read on to find how.
If your iPhone is not able to turn on, there should be some reasons to cause it. Below are some possible causes to lead to this issue.
* iPhone is out of power. It should be the first reason you should think about.
* iPhone encounters software crash. iPhone software crash might cause many iPhone errors, like iPhone won't turn on, iPhone won't connect to internet or Wi-Fi and etc.
* Incompatible apps stay on your iPhone. If there are some applications are not compatible with your iPhone, your iPhone might not be turn on for some app error.
* iPhone has certain hardware problem. If there is a hardware issue on your iPhone, you should send your iPhone to repair shop to fix it.
* iPhone has jail broken. If you have made your iPhone jailbreak, sometimes, your iPhone may not be able to turn on.
It may sound ridiculous, but there is really a possibility that you have used a faulty charger or a wall outlet that has not been working properly, or even you may find out that your iPhone battery is dead!
So please try different ways to charge your iPhone and make sure your have used the working socket on wall and the right charger and original charger is better. Plug it in and ensure the charging screen shows on your iPhone. Then make your iPhone full of power and then turn on it.
After charging your iPhone, if your iPhone cannot still turn on, and even the charging screen does not show on the screen when you plug it into a wall adapter or computer. Then you can try to force reboot your iPhone to fix it. This is the guide you can refer to.
Step 1. Long press the Power button and Home button on your iPhone, then you might see that your iPhone screen turns black. At this moment, let go both two buttons at the same time.
Step 2. Press again the Power button till you can see an Apple logo display on iPhone screen. At this time, release the Power button.
Step 3. Wait for a while and your iPhone will be restarted.
Note： For iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users, you should press the Volume Down button, instead of the Home button and the other steps are the same.
If the above two methods still can not fix the iPhone won't turn on issue, you should consider that if there is some system problem on your iPhone. No matter it is true or not, you can also directly resolve this issue with this powerful tool - iOS System software.
This software supports to detect your iPhone problem and fix your iPhone automatically with a few click. Of course you have no need to worried about losing data with it. Actually, this program can fix all kinds problems on iPhone/iPad/iPod devices, such as iPhone stuck on recovery mode, iPhone stuck on Apple logo, iPhone blue/red/black/white screen of death, iPhone Error 27 and so on.
Below are two versions of the software, you are allowed to download it for free now. After downloading, you can follow the steps to fix your iPhone easily with this powerful tool in the following part.
Here is the guide:
Step 1. Launch the installed iOS System Recovery tool on your computer, and make your iPhone connected to PC with USB cable. Then you might go to More tool > iOS System Recovery section on the main interface.
Step 2. Later on, the software will automatically detect the connected iDevice and show the problems your iPhone might have, such as iPhone won't turn on, iPhone stuck on Apple logo, Recovery mode, Error 56 and etc. Just hit the Start option to go on.
Step 3. After that the software will ask you to confirm the iPhone information. Check it, if it is right, just hit Repair button to begin to fix iPhone won't turn on issue. If not, choose the correct one and then hit Repair button to begin the fixing process.
To fix your iPhone error, the software will detect the current iOS version of your iPhone, then download and install the latest firmware on your iPhone.