‘My iPhone won't turn on or charge and is not responding to anything I try what do I do?’
What can you do if your iPhone won’t turn on? Never need to fear about that and take a moment to settle your thoughts and get into the right frame of mind. Why iPhone won’t turn on? It might be the reason of battery, stuck or crash issue. Now we will provide you with different solutions to different reasons for not being able to turn on iPhone.
Some users are unable to turn on their devices because the battery is running out. When iPhone doesn’t turn on, you can connect the phone to the power supply first. If the charging sign is displayed on the iPhone screen showing low power, the battery should be dead. Now keep the device connected with the power supply for charging.
If the battery is run out, the battery could be turned on normally when it is charged to 5%. So this information needs to be tucked in your mind to remember next time out.
iPhone won’t start for black screen? You may need to perform a force reboot. You can force reboot the device even if the screen is black or the button is not responding. And force restart will not erase the content of the device. You can refer to the following steps to force restart your iPhone:
For iPhone X、iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus: Press and release the volume up button quickly. Press and release the low volume button quickly. Then, hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.
For iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus：Press and hold the side button and t low volume button for at least 10 seconds until you see the Apple logo.
For iPhone 6s and earlier models, iPad or iPod touch：Press and hold the Home button and the top (or side) button for at least 10 seconds until you see the Apple logo.
If the iPhone works normally but the screen doesn't show anything when you tried to turn it on, it may be that the screen is damaged and needs to be replaced. Unfortunately, the LCD and the glass panel are merged together and must be replaced together.
The most simple method to test whether the screen is broken or not is to turn on the device and check the sound. You can also toggle the mute button to make it vibrate. If the device vibrates and you can hear the sound while nothing showed on the screen, then you could be sure that there is a problem with the screen. At this time, you will need to take the device to Apple store to change the screen.
If the iPhone still does not boot properly after confirming that the device is fully charged, there might be a problem with the mobile software system. We can try to press the home button and power button simultaneously until the screen light up.
If this method doesn't work, we can also connect the phone to the power supply, then press the power button and the Home button at the same time to see if the iPhone can be turned on.
If the above solution still does not work, and the ‘connect to iTunes’ is displayed on your iPhone's screen, it means that the phone has entered the recovery mode. In such a situation, there is no way to do but restore the iPhone system. Try the following steps.
If you are looking for an effective and fuss-free method to fix this ‘iPhone doesn’t turn on’ issue, then iOS System Recovery is your choice! This program fixes all problem related to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and provides a straightforward method to fix the booting problem in one click.
In addition, you don’t need to worry that your iPhone data will be erased after the repairing process. This iOS System Recovery program will not affect any of your iPhone data when you try to fix your iPhone issues.
Follow the simple steps below to restart your iPhone XS/XR/XS Max/X/8/7/6/5. The complete repair process will not take much time.
Step 1. Download and install this repair program to your computer. Upon finishing the downloading and installation, launch it and select ‘iOS System Recovery’.
Step 2. On this window, you will be required to connect the device to pc, then click ‘Next’ when the device is recognized.
Step 3. Simply put the device into DFU mode according to the instructions on the Window.
Step 4. The iOS System Recovery will update corresponding firmware package matched with your iOS version and device model. Just click ‘Repair’ to perform the repair process. After that process, your iPhone will turn on automatically.
What introduced in this article are solutions for ‘iPhone won’t turn on’, if you experience such a problem, you can always refer to these methods.