iPhone Automatic Restart: We all know that Apple has recently rolled out the latest iOS 11. It has come up with lots and lots of exciting features. Some of the features include advanced multitasking and screenshot feature. With lots of features, the update has included some problems for the iPhone users with current and previous models.
Despite its expensive price, many Apple fans love to buy iPhones. The high price doesn’t matter as it is electronic so, it might have some flaws. Usually, when the iPhone is updated to new iOS or when it links to the electrical cable it automatically restarts. It is not indeed a big flaw as it can be fixed in minutes.
The likely cause can be because of iPhone goes black screen and Appearing Spinning wheel while using the apps on iPhone or control center problem, iPhone continues rebooting itself. So, here is some method which might help you to solve restarting problem, without any cost.
For iOS update:
Settings App> iPad > General > Software Update.
For Apps Update:
You don’t have to bother about the new app automatically update in the background. You can switch the auto update app from App Store.
Settings > iTunes & App Store> Enable Updates.
Force Restart iPhone:
You can force restart your iPhone to prevent this problem. After force restart, the iPhone close processor in the device and vacant CPU and RAM from the pressure. So, iPhone will operate efficiently without any trouble. To execute Force Restart, press and hold power (Sleep/Wake Button) and Volume Down button for about 20 seconds. After some time you will notice, black display with Apple’s logo.
Reset All Settings:
‘Reset All Settings’ in iPhone take your iPhone to default mode among all default settings, and it will remove all the previous settings of apps and iOS settings. Settings> General> Reset> Reset All Settings.
After purchasing iPhone, we often change the settings, and it also causes our phone to restart automatically. The default Apple setting works good with iPhone so, it is best to install back the default setting. Before reset, don’t forget to back up your data. Settings> General> Reset > “Erase All Content And Settings”
Call Apple for Assistance:
After using all the methods, if you still found the problem, then visit Apple. If your iPhone is on warranty period, then they can also replace your device. Otherwise, they can repair your iPhone for sure.
Before, giving your iPhone to Apple, you must try these free methods. If you could do it yourself, then why paying money for repairs. I hope, these methods solve your iPhone restarting problem.