Problem: "My iPhone 6s Plus got stuck on Apple logo after reset. Whenever I tried to reboot the iPhone, the iPhone won't turn on past Apple logo then shuts off. How to fix my iPhone 6s stuck on Apple logo?"
Solution: Sometimes, iPhone 4/5/6/7/8/X/11 won't turn on and get stuck on Apple logo after restore, reset, update, screen replacement, water damage or jailbreak. Usually, the iPhone is frozen on the Apple logo screen and won't turn off. In other cases, the iPhone can't get past Apple logo screen then turn off and show black screen. That's why some users call it the white apple logo screen of death.
The name sounds scary but it is actually fixable. Here are the three ways to fix iPhone in Apple logo screen.
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When an iPhone starts up, it has to turn on a serial of functions when it displays the Apple logo screen. If there is anything preventing the startup process in the operation system, the iPhone can't turn on and gets stuck at the Apple logo. There are many things that could prevent iPhone from starting up normally. Here are the commonest reasons:
iOS 14/iOS 13 updates;
Restore iPhone after a factory reset;
Faulty hardware components.
To get past the Apple logo on iPhone 4/5/6/7/8/X, you should first force restart the frozen iPhone. This may not work, but it is simple and can be performed without a computer.
To hard reset an iPhone X/8/8 Plus, iPhone 12/11: Press and release the Volume Up button > Press and release the Volume Down button > Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the iPhone boots up.
To hard reset an iPhone 7/7 Plus: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button + Volume Down button until you see the Apple logo.
To hard reset an iPhone 4/5/6: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button + Home button untile the Apple logo appears.
However, if the iPhone still won't get past the Apple logo, you have to fix the device with iTunes on a computer.
iTunes can help you to fix iPhone stuck on Apple logo screen. However, restoring iPhone with iTunes will delete all data on the phone. If you don't want to lose data, check out how to fix iPhone stuck on Apple logo without restoring (opens new window).
Step 1 Launch iTunes on your PC/Mac and connect the frozen iPhone with a USB cable.
Step 2 To let the iTunes detect the iPhone, you should put the iPhone in recovery mode (opens new window).
Step 3 Once iTunes detects the iPhone, you will see this notification. Click Restore.
Step 4 iTunes will restore your iPhone to factory settings and update the phone to latest iOS 14.
Step 5 When the restore is done, your iPhone should go past the Apple logo and turn on.
If not, you should restore iPhone in DFU mode (Device Firmware Update), which enables iPhone to communicate with iTunes in any status.
If iTunes won't recognize your iPhone on Apple logo or won't restore the iPhone, you can use the following tool to fix iPhone in Apple logo loop without iTunes.
FonePaw iOS System Recovery (opens new window) can easily help you fix iPhone 4/5/5s/6/7/7 Plus/8/X/11 frozen on Apple logo without losing your data. It can fix white apple logo screen of death and other iOS system problems without iTunes and without restoring the iPhone.
All you need to do is to download, install the tool in your computer, and let this tool to bring your iPhone back to life. Follow these simple steps to fix your iPhone that is stuck at Apple logo.
Click the Download button to get iOS System Recovery on your PC
Step 1: Connect the iPhone to PC
Open the program on your PC and locate at "iOS System Recovery". Then connect your frozen iPhone to PC using lightning cable. The program will quickly detect that your iPhone is stuck on Apple logo. If you can see Free Quick Fix option, try it firstly.
If it cannot work, select Standard Mode or Advanced Mode and click "Confirm" to start repairing the iPhone.
Step 2: Put the iPhone into Recovery/DFU Mode
The program will then prompt you to put your iPhone into recovery/DFU mode. It doesn't matter that you don't know how to enter the modes. The program has specific instruction to guide you. Follow the guiding to enter recovery/DFU mode.
Entering recovery/DFU on iPhone X/8 Plus/7/7 Plus is a little different to that of other models. iOS System Recovery has a specialized guide for iPhone 7/7 Plus and above.
Step 3: Confirm Your Device Info
The program will automatically download the suitable firmware package for your device. Just to be sure, check if the presented info matches your iPhone. Then click "Repair" to begin to go past the Apple logo screen.
Step 4: Waiting for the Repairing to Be Finished
The program will then download plugin and repair your iPhone. All you have to do is to wait for the repairing progress bar to hit 100%.
When you are waiting, please make sure:
- Keep network connected during the whole process;
- Do not move or use your iPhone during the process.
When the repairing is finished, your iPhone will reboot and get past the Apple logo.
Note: When using iPhone, we may come across some unexpected troubles. For your data's safety, develop the habit of backing up your iPhone (opens new window)regularly.