How do I fix the boot loop Apple logo on my iPhone 5?

First solution: Force restart to fix your iPhone 5 that’s stuck on white Apple logo.

  1. Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button simultaneously for about 10 seconds or so.
  2. Release both buttons when the Apple logo appears.

Why does my iPhone 5 just show the Apple logo?

Why Won’t My iPhone Turn On Past The Apple Logo? There are many reasons for a frozen start-up screen, with the most common being software issues. After powering on your iPhone, the screen displays the Apple logo as the software reboots. This can fail if the iOS version isn’t up to date or the phone is jailbroken.

How do I get my iPhone 6 out of boot loop?

  1. Press and hold the Power and Home simultaneously for 10 seconds (or until the screen goes black).
  2. Press and hold the Power and Volume Up buttons simultaneously until the Apple logo appears.
  3. Release the Power.
  4. Keep holding the Volume Up button until it passes the Apple logo.
  5. Unlock the screen.

Why is my iPhone stuck on the Apple logo iPhone 6?

Your iPhone 6 can get stuck on the white Apple logo or any screen because something is preventing it from completing its normal startup routine. This can happen due to faulty updates, jailbreaking, and restoring of corrupted iOS backup files in iCloud or iTunes.

Why does my iPhone show the Apple logo but won’t turn on?

Software issues Software issues are probably the most common reason for your iPhone being stuck on the Apple logo. Nine times out of ten, software issues are caused by either a failed software update, using an older version of the Apple iOS or having a jailbroken iPhone.

How do I fix boot loop?

Press and hold both the “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons. Do this for about 20 seconds or until the device restarts again. This will often clear the memory, and cause the device to start normally.

What causes iPhone boot loop?

Loose battery connection or bad battery, faulty iOS update, and unsuccessful jailbreak are some of the common causes of boot loop problems affecting various iPhone models including the iPhone 7.