when your iphone won t turn on-TechPhoneReviews

Recently, we wrote about Why Your IPhone device is not turning off   but in today’s post we are addressing why your iPhone is not turning on and the simple approaches that will solve the problem completely.

Reasons Why Your IPhone Is Not Turning ON?
  • ·         It’s either the software crashed and needs to be restored
  • ·         Hardware is not functioning properly
  • ·         The Screen or other major components comes in touch with water  
  • ·         Out of power

How to Fix The IPhone That Is Not Turning ON
Before you can solve any problem in life, you definitely first have to know the cause of the problem. Same is the case when your IPhone device is not turning ON. So, you first need to determine whether it’s really a hardware or software problem before taking any next step. If it is software you are safe because in this post we will explain to you all the necessary steps you need to take, that will surely get your phone back On, but if it's hardware you will need to take it to the nearest apple store or an authorized apple outlet for diagnosis.

Below is the easiest solution to your IPhone not turning ON
Hard Reset: The first and easiest thing to do is hard resetting your device. Hmm, you don’t know how to perform a hard reset on your IPhone device? No problem. To perform hard reset press and hold down the Power button and the home button together at the same time until the Apple logo shows up on your device.                                                 

Note: Hard reset via power button and home button only works on IPhone 6s or older IPhone. To perform hard reset on IPhone 7, hold power button and volume at the same time

Your IPhone still hasn’t turned On after following the above-provided solution?
The next bet is putting your IPhone into DFU mode. You don’t know how to go about this? No worries. To do this, plug your IPhone to your computer, hold the on/off button for like 4 seconds and release, then hold the on/off button together with home button for like 5 seconds. If the screen stays black and nothing happens then you are in DFU mode. All you have to do is to follow the instruction that pops up.

If all the above-listed ways still didn’t bring back your phone to life then you definitely need to take it to the nearest Apple repair center but before that try to verify whether your battery isn’t faulty or low.

The solution Provided above works effectively on IPhone 4, IPhone 4s, IPhone 5, IPhone 5s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad, iPad Mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro.

Feel free to drop suggestions and ask questions below.
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