“My iPhone wont turn on past the Apple Logo” – you can hear it from any iPhone or iPad user encountered a problem when their device freezes on the apple logo. This rarely happens, but it does happen sometimes. Usually this trouble is encountered after an iOS update or a system crash. iPhone stuck on Apple logo. Screen on a black background, the Apple logo is hold and nothing happens. Naturally, using the phone is impossible. Let’s figure out how to be in such a situation.

Most often this happens as a result of an unsuccessful phone update, but there are many other reasons, such as these:

  • Problems with software updates;
  • Problems due to Jailbreak or any tweaks;
  • You are using a beta version of iOS;
  • Malfunction of internal components.

Read more: What to Do if iPhone Stuck on Verifying Update?

Let’s focus on a few effective solutions that will help solve this problem for several reasons. Of course, we start with the simplest methods and smoothly move on to more complex and efficient ones.

Force Reboot your iPhone

A simple forced reboot of the phone helps in most cases. The device repeats the boot process from scratch. 

If you have an iPhone 7 or other newer device with iOS:

  • Hold down the “Volume Down” + “Power” buttons;
  • Hold them until the smartphone restarts.
How to Fix if iPhone Stuck on Startup Screen?

If you have an older device, such as the iPhone 6S, then do the following:

  • Press and simultaneously hold the physical buttons Home button and Power;
  • Wait until the reboot begins;
  • Release these buttons.
How to Fix if iPhone Stuck on Startup Screen?

Did not help? After the restart, is the iPhone still hanging on the apple? In this case, move on.

Try Updating your iPhone through Recovery Mode

The next thing I offer to try is to force the phone to be updated through recovery. Thus, you will try to reinstall the iOS operating system without erasing your data. If you have any problems after updating iOS, then this method will help you. If the device fails, that is, there are hardware problems, then nothing will change.

How to do that correctly you can find in this articles: How to Put iPhone 8 in Recovery Mode? or How to Put iPhone 7 in Recovery Mode?

It’s the best time to ask questions and give us your feedback in comments.

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Hi there! My Name is Vincent Lago! My goal is to share insightful reviews, guides, and manuals for people looking to know more about current solutions for Apple hardware and OS. I have years of technological background knowledge including owning a custom iMacs & PCs which was using for different types of business. And now, I want to share my experience with you.

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