November 24, 2020
Frozen or stuck with the Apple logo on the iPhone? You will think that your iPhone is permanently damaged if your iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo during startup and will not load past the home screen. But maybe that isn’t the case. Here are a few ways to get your iPhone out of the startup loop and run again properly.
What Makes an iPhone Stuck with the Apple Logo
If there’s an issue with the operating system or the phone’s hardware, the iPhone gets stuck on the Apple logo pad. It’s difficult for the average consumer to recognize the problem’s cause, but there are a few common causes:
1. Issues when updating to a new iOS update.
2. Problems with jailbreaking.
3. Running an expired iOS beta update.
4. A for the transition of data from an older computer to a new device.
5. Hardware damage to the phone’s internal devices.
If your iPhone has been stuck for a long time on the Apple logo screen (think 20-30 minutes or longer) and the progress bar hasn’t changed, you can try to fix it in three simple steps.
1. Let the iPhone restart. With a quick restart, several issues, including an iPhone stuck on the Apple logo, can be resolved. In this situation, a simple restart is unlikely to solve the problem, but it’s the easiest cure and that makes it worth trying. It just costs you a couple of seconds of your time.
2. iPhone Recovery Mode. In this case, the Recovery Mode is a particular troubleshooting mode that can support. If the Apple logo is stuck on your iPhone, it means that it is difficult for the operating system to start up. The Recovery Mode boots up the phone but stops running the OS so that it can be repaired. A new version of iOS or a backup of your data can be installed when you use Recovery Mode. It’s a fairly straightforward method and in some instances, solves the problem.
3. Mode DFU. Device Firmware Update (DFU) mode stops the iPhone partway through the initialization phase and enables the iPhone to be restored, loaded, or restarted. It is comparable to Recovery Mode, but more oriented on solving the kind of low-level problems that cause the Apple logo to be stuck on the iPhone. It takes some practice to use DFU Mode because it requires a precise set of actions, but often it is successful.