The Apple iPhone is designed to be safe, secure, and super fast. The level of performance that you can extract out of an iPhone is unparalleled to any competition, and the best part is that the device maintains the highest level of security while breezing through tasks.
However, there are times where a software update gets buggy and this causes a few features to misbehave. In such cases, Apple releases a fix in a very short time, but if you are not in a position to wait, another solution that can help fix this bug is the reset feature.
Sometimes, software upgrades themselves can be buggy, and this causes your iPhone to lock itself on the Apple logo boot screen. This means that all you can see on your iPhone is the Apple logo that appears during the device boot.
In this tutorial, we will tell you what to do when your iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo.
Solution 1 – Try a normal reboot.
The first thing you need to do is to try to reboot your iPhone as you normally would. Long press the power button on your iPhone until it reboots. If this solves the issue, then it was just a minor glitch.
Solution 2 – Try a factory reset.
If your iPhone is displaying the Apple logo, chances are that your previous software installation has failed. In such cases, the best thing to do is to reinstall iOS.
Here’s how you can do it –
Step 1. Open the iTunes app on your Mac/Windows PC.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to the PC/Laptop using the standard Apple USB cable.
Step 3. Once your iPhone is detected, click on its name on the iTunes panel.
Step 4. Click on the ‘Restore‘ button.
Step 5. Click the ‘Restore‘ button again on the confirmation screen.
This should ideally re-install iOS on your iPhone and it should work as usual.
Now, if neither of the two solutions works out, chances are that there is something really wrong with your iPhone. In this case, just take it to your nearest authorized service center and get it checked out.