“The battery on my iPhone XS run down. but it keeps on restarting over and over again. (it usually does this after I try to upgrade to iOS 13). This time it‘s been restarting over and over again for more than 15 minutes. now right before the screen goes off lines appear. how do I fix this?”
After getting a new iPhone 11, XS, XR or iPhone XS Max, everything seems to operate normally. With the update of iOS version, you also upgrade your device to the newest iOS 13 without hesitation. Then problems arise. One of the most common issues is iPhone/ iPad keeps restarting. In this case, what’s the first measure that you shall adopt? Take it to Apple Store to repair? Undoubtedly, It would be a high maintenance cost. Try out some feasible options to fix this terrible issue before going to Apple Store.
Restart or force-restart iPhone is usually the first and most time-saving method when there is hardware or software issues on your iPhone.
Force restart iPhone X/ 8 (Plus): Press and release volume up button quickly, then press and release volume down button, and pressing Lock button for a while until the Apple logo appears.
Force restart iPhone 7 (Plus), 6 or Earlier: Keep pressing and holding volume down and Lock button at the same time until the device turns into Apple screen.
In most cases, iPhone or iPad restarts randomly due to the faulty apps not running properly. If your iPhone happens to shut down after you install an app, try to uninstall the app then check whether the bug can be removed itself.
To uninstall an iPhone app, keep holding the app icon until it starts wiggling. Tap the X at the top left corner to remove the app from your iPhone.
Some apps with old version can dramatically decrease battery life and makes the device crash and restart. If you found this kind of apps installed on your iPhone, go to App Store - Updates - and update all the apps to install the apps with the newest versions.
If the Background App Refresh of some apps is enabled, the content will be updated automatically when the device is connected with WLAN or cellular in the background, which puts much pressure on iPhone or iPad. As a result, it’s necessary to turn off the Background App Refresh of some apps that you don’t need. Navigate to Settings>General> Background App Refresh and turn it off.
If you don’t take good care of your iPhone, the performance of which will be affected even if the storage is of 256GB. So one of the best ways to keep the device running smoothly is to clean the app cache and redundant data. Uninstall useless apps or make use of some handy cache cleaner apps can help a lot.
If you search online, you could find several professional software designed to deal with various iPhone problems, such as FoneGeek iOS System Recovery, which is mainly used to almost all kinds of iPhone problems appeared in iOS 13, 12, 11.3, 11.2, 11.2, 11, iPadOS 13 etc. What is mentioned most is iPhone restarting loop, stuck at updated request, iMessage problems, etc. For detailed information, you can refer the steps given below.
Step 1. Download the iOS System Recovery to fix iPhone randomly restarting problem with ease. Select ‘Repair Operating System’ and connect device to computer.
Step 2. Select the firmware package according to the device information and hit the 'Download' button to start to fix.
I wish the solutions mentioned above will bring your device to normal without any hassle. Let us know your feedback about whether you have successfully restarted your device or have any other issues.
By Joan J. Mims
Posted on May 05, 2018, 14:19:16
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.