How to Fix if iPhone Keeps Restarting issue

In this article, we’ll show you the options that you can do to Fix if iPhone Keeps Restarting issue in very simple steps.

A software bug is often behind the random rebooting of the iPhone. Enough of the random boot loop, it’s time to look for the fixes to take control of the unexpected rebooting of the iPhone.

iPhone Keeps Restarting issue

Fix, iPhone Keeps Restarting

Force Restart Your iPhone

On iPhone 8/8 Plus, X and iPhone 11 Series

  • Quickly press and release the Volume Up button.
  • Quickly press and release the Volume Down button.
  • Press and hold Side until the Apple logo appears, then release the Side button.

On iPhone 7/7 Plus

  • Press and hold the volume down button
  • And then sleep/wake button at once for about 10 seconds until you see the Apple logo.

On iPhone 6s or Earlier

  • Press and hold the home button
  • And then sleep/wake button at once until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

Update Software On Your iPhone

The issue could very well be due to a software bug. And the right way to troubleshoot it is to go for the software update.

 

  • First of all, connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi or turn on cellular data.
  • Open the Settings app.
  • Go to General settings.
  • Then tap on Software Update.
  • Now, follow the usual process to download and install the software update.

 

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Remove the SIM Card and Reinsert It

One of the easiest and reliable ways to fix this connection issue is just by removing the SIM card and putting it back inside.

  • First off, shut down the iPhone.
  • After that, use the ejector tool, which comes with the iPhone in the box, to pop out the SIM tray.
  • And then remove the SIM card.
  • After that, wait for some time and then reinsert the SIM.

Troubleshoot Any App Causing This

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Go to Privacy settings.
  • Scroll down and tap on Analytics & Improvements.
  • Then finally tap on Analytics Data.

Now, scroll through the entire list and spot the apps that might have been listed repeatedly. Once you have discovered those apps, removing them from your device could solve the issue.

Delete All The Outdated Apps

On iOS 13 or Later

One of the easiest ways is to touch and hold an app and then tap on the Delete App option in the popup that appears. After that, tap on Delete again to confirm the action.

On iOS 12 or Earlier

Simply touch and hold an app and then hit the “X” button. Next, hit the Delete button in the popup menu to finish.

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Update All Apps

Automatic Update

  • First of all, connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi or turn on cellular data.
  • Open the Settings app.
  • Go to iTunes & App Store.
  • Then toggle the slider of App Updates to right.

Manual Update

  • First of all, connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi or turn on cellular data.
  • Head into App Store.
  • Tap on Your Profile from the top-right corner.
  • Hit Update All to update all the apps installed on your iPhone

Reset All Settings

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Go to General settings.
  • Scroll down and tap on Reset.
  • And finally, tap on Reset All Settings.

Check for a Hardware Problem

Repeated drops also cause the iPhone to get stuck in the boot loop. If your device had recently met with a nasty drop, there could be a hardware problem.

Though third-party services charge a lot less, Apple Support is more reliable. So, if you don’t mind spending a few extra dollars in favor of a trusted solution, contact Apple for help.

Restore Your iPhone As New

Disclaimer

But before going ahead with the following steps, don’t forget to back up all of your data as it will wipe out everything that your device consists of.
  • Connect your iPhone to your PC
  • And launch iTunes/Finder (in macOS Catalina).
  • Now, locate your iPhone.
  • After that, click on Restore iPhone and confirm.
  • Once it has been restored, set up the device as usual.
  • And while setting up the device, restore the device from the previous iCloud/iTunes/Finder backup.

Do you own an iPhone, iPad or a Mac and need these types of simple tutorials? Then stay tunned to GetDroidTips’ iPhone Tips & Tricks column.

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