My iPhone no longer turns on: what to do?

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iphone no longer charging

It may happen that one day you realize that your iPhone won't turn on. You're sure his battery isn't completely dead yet and he's never had this kind of problem before.

Through this complete guide, we will explain to you what to do if your iPhone no longer turns on.

First solution: Charge your iPhone

Even if you know that your iPhone still had enough battery before it turned off, it is imperative to exclude battery exhaustion as a possible cause of your complication.

Therefore, connect your iPhone to its charger, then let it charge for at least 30 minutes. This should be enough for the device to build up enough energy to start working again.

Be sure to use the original charger in order to obtain the optimized power output. After the time has passed, try to see if your iPhone turns on. If so, you have partially resolved the issue.

Partially resolved in the sense that you will still need to eliminate the factors causing the phone to suddenly shut down. You can check and review the details of thebattery usage in your iPhone settings to determine which are the applications and services that consume more energy than usual.

Second solution: Force restart your iPhone

If your iPhone still has battery but it has turned off and won't turn on, chances are it's still on but stuck on theblack screen. This usually happens when a system file is corrupted or destroyed by malware.

These problems are attributed to operating software and therefore can potentially be resolved by certain procedures.

The simplest but very effective solution to fix iOS device stuck issues, especially for iPhone stuck onblack screen, East forced restart.

This is an alternative method to restart/reset a stuck or unresponsive iPhone. It abruptly kills all erring applications and instantly repairs corrupted services that triggered iPhone system crash.

For the new iPhones, a forced restart is carried out in this way:

  1. Press and release the Volume up button.
  2. Then press and release the Volume Down button.
  3. Finally, press and hold the side button and then release it when the Apple logo appears.

Concerning old iPhones like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, here is how a forced restart is carried out:

Press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power button simultaneously, then release both buttons when the Apple logo appears.

Previous versions iPhones like iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6, SE and 5s are force restarted with these procedures:

Hold down the Power button and Home button for a few seconds, then release both buttons when the Apple logo appears on the screen.

Third solution: Plug your iPhone into a computer

Another technique you can try if your iPhone still refuses to turn on is to use iTunes on a computer. For this you will need a USB cable or the supplied Lightning cable.

Normally, after a few seconds of logging in, iTunes should be able to recognize and sync your iPhone.

If iTunes manages to sync your iPhone, force it to restart but this time let it go into recovery mode so you can use iTunes to repair the corrupted system files that caused the system to fail to boot.