It’s terrifying that one morning you woke up or suddenly any daytime you check your latest iPhone 13,13 Pro and Pro Max is the black screen of death issue. In other words, the iPhone screen stops responding and shows a black screen. The black screen issue has haunted the Apple iPhone series for a long time now. Unfortunately, it’s facing the iPhone 13, 13 Pro, Pro Max users, so if you are also one of them, then here we have tricks that can fix the iPhone 13 black screen of death issue.
However, recent launches of the iPhone 13 series are very durable with many new features and IP 68 ratings, making it more durable from duct and water. Also, it’s tougher, and breaking the screen after falling on the floor reduces numbers. But even the iPhone 13 series is durable, but we have to take care of it most because nowadays, the phone is one of the essential parts of our life. The black screen of death issue is an uncommon issue, and in this issue, your device is still in working condition. So let’s get started to know the methods to fix the problem.
Fix: iPhone 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max Black Screen Of Death Issue
The black screen of death issue in iPhone 13. 13 pro and 13 Pro Max is maybe due to hardware failure or any software glitch. Before moving to any fix, kindly check your device for any hardware damage because the device is sensitive. If it falls or is accidentally damaged by you, it may have several issues like a black screen or camera. Furthermore, if the problem occurs suddenly, follow the below steps before contacting the service center or any other hardware repair solution.
Connect With a Charger or Alternate Charger
It is a primary troubleshoot that you may wonder about, but the first thing that came to our mind was that we found a black screen of death on our iPhone that it might not charge. Sometimes it happens to all of us that we forget to charge our phones. So put the iPhone 13 in charging and check whether the Apple logo appears on the screen or not.
However, if your phone is not charging, try to charge the phone with another charger to check its charging. Sometimes the main culprit is the faulty charger, and due to low battery, the phone is switched off, and it shows a black screen.
Check for the Charging Port of Your Device
Apart from the faulty charger, the charging port is the next thing to check in your iPhone 13. A charging port is widely used to connect the iPhone to a charger or computer to transfer files, update the device, etc. First, you can use the flashlight to check the charging port if any physical damage or dust particles are there in it. Then, you may gently clean it with a brush or soft cloth. After cleaning the port, connect the iPhone with a charging cable and check whether it charged or not.
Force Reboot iPhone 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max
If the problem is still not resolved, then we move forward with the software troubleshooting. The issue may occur of any software glitch, and a restart will resolve the issue. But as the iPhone 13 screen is black, you cannot reboot the phone from the device’s settings. To reboot the iPhone 13, we have to use the physical buttons.
- Connect your iPhone 13 with Catalina or finder, and Windows users can install the iTunes app to restore the iPhone 13.
- Then put your device to recovery mode by quickly pressing and releasing the Volume down button, then again quickly pressing and releasing the Volume Up button. After that, press and hold the side button of your device till you see the Apple logo on the screen.
- It probably takes up to 20 seconds to start the iPhone. If it takes a long, then there may be some fault in iOS firmware.
It is started, we usually suggest you update all your apps to their latest available version. However, sometimes apps’ old versions are also creating issues like the above. to update the apps, go to the app store, tap on Updates, and then select update all.
Update iPhone 13 in Recovery Mode
The next method is to restore your iPhone in recovery mode. However, it won’t delete any data from your device. The recovery mode is used when the iOS update file gets corrupted for some reason, and it shows the black screen. Then restore the device will work to resolve the issue.
- Connect your iPhone 13 with Catalina or finder, and windows user can install the iTunes app to restore the iPhone 13.
- Then put your device to recovery mode by quickly pressing and releasing the Volume down button, then again quickly press and release the Volume Up button. After that, press and hold the side button of your device till you see the Apple logo on the screen.
- Connect your device with the computer and wait till it recognizes your iPhone 13.
- Now click on Restore or update option from the window and follow the on-screen instruction.
- Don’t disconnect your device till the process is complete.
- The iPhone will restart automatically, then complete the setup process and done.
Update iPhone 13 in DFU Mode
Before moving to the next step, we recommend you make a backup of your data because restoring or updating through DFU mode will erac=se all data available on your iPhone 13. But here, the phone screen is dead so get the backup of your iPhone from iTunes. Also, close all running app on your system that may interrupt the DFU mode restore process.
- Connect the iPhone 13 with the computer and press and hold the side button for about 3 seconds.
- While pressing the side button again, press and hold the Volume down button for ten seconds or until the Apple logo appears on your iPhone screen.
- Check with your system. It will notify if the phone will have entered in the DFU mode via alert message.
- Now, after the iTune deduct your device, click on Restore to complete the process.
- Wait till it is complete, and don’t disconnect the phone till it restarts automatically.
If any of the above fixes will not work, then contact Apple support for further assistance to fix the black screen of death issue in your iPhone. The repair cost is zero as the phone is still in warranty. We hope that one of fix will work for you. If you have feedback or suggestion, then let us know in the comment box.