Your iPhone will not turn on or you’re struggling on power? Do not despair. Following our guide you can solve the problem yourself and your iPhone to work again as before.
First check if indeed your iPhone does not turn on its own , simply hold down both the button Sleep / Wake button for about 10 seconds.
Exclude that this is a problem in the battery. Connect the device and let it charge for at least one hour . If the iPhone turns on and runs smoothly, wait for the machine to be fully charged. If you do not turn and do not see the Charging screen, or if you see the screen prompting you to connect the device to power, controls the connector, the USB cable and power supply and verify that they are connected properly , are free of debris and damage . You could try a different power supply or a USB cable .
If the iPhone still does not show signs of life, trying to force the restart of the device , this will reset some temporary settings that can cause annoying bugs. Keep simultaneously pressing the Sleep / Wake and Home for 10 seconds or until the Apple logo appears . At this point, release the keys and wait until your device turns on and will be operational again.
Council to carry out this procedure regularly, even in the absence of obvious malfunctions, personally, I make this “soft reset” to my iPhone, once a day noticing slight improvements in performance.
If the device turns on but gets stuck during startup , you may see the Apple logo, or a red or blue screen for a long period of time. Try to connect the device to the computer and launch iTunes updated to the latest version . While the device is connected, force it restarts . Press and hold simultaneously the Sleep / Wake and Home. Do not release the buttons when you see the Apple logo. Continue to hold down until you see the screen for the recovery mode . When you’re offered the option to repair or upgrade, choose Upgrade . iTunes will try to reinstall iOS without initializing data .