When you find your iPhone cannot turn on, you should think comprehensively and consider all kinds of possibilities in order to solve this problem. We suggest you spend a couple of minutes to check your iPhone and the take according to solutions instead of spending a large amount of money changing your iPhone. We will display the methods to solve this “cannot turn on “problem that we gather from phone forums and personal experience. Hope that you can get what you want from these methods.
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1. Check the Battery Life of Your iPhone
If your iPhone has been working smoothly all the time and it just goes down for a couple of hours, it is highly possible that your iPhone is running out of battery and your iPhone has shut down automatically.
Thus, the problem seems quite easy to solve. You just need a USB cable to connect the phone to the charging plug and the phone can be turned on once it has enough power. And it may take a little longer to charge your iPhone if your device runs out of battery life completely. If you connect your iPhone to the computer to get power, the charging period may be longer. About 30 minutes will you able to restart the device.
2. Get Your iPhone Restarted if Sudden Crash Happens
If you find your iPhone crashes all of a sudden when you are using it and cannot turn on, then it probably because the firmware go down suddenly or the iOS shut itself down for no reason. If that is the case, you just need to restart your iPhone. Press the Sleep/Wake button on the top for a short while and your iPhone will get restarted immediately.
Note: If your device cannot restart by pressing the Sleep/Wake button, then you can try to hold the Sleep/Wake key and the Home button spontaneously. An Apple logo will appear if things go well.
3. Put Your iPhone into Recovery Mode and Restore the Device
If your iPhone gets stuck in the Apple logo and cannot turn on, you should try to get your iPhone into Recovery mode and restore the device. Press the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button spontaneously for a few seconds and then you will see a cable icon showing on the screen. This means you have to connect your device with iTunes. Do as it tells and runs iTunes. iTunes will recognize your device soon and click the restore button at this time. All the data on your device will be wiped out during the restoring process. You will be asked to restore your iPhone with the earlier backup file. Just go with the latest one.
4. Stuck in the Recovery Mode
Some people may have encountered situations like this: they try to update their iPhone to iOS 14/15 but get stuck in the recovery mode. This is more complicated compared to the formal diagnoses. Then you need to use Tenorshare ReiBoot, a professional tool that helps you fix problems like this or iPhone alarm not working, iPhone keeps restarting, iOS notifications not working, and so on.
First, you have to download and install it on your computer and then connect your iPhone to the computer. Run this tool to get into “iOS System Repair” and then hit the button “Start“.
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