How To Fix iPhone 10 Keeps Restarting
The iPhone 10 is one of the most powerful smartphones that you can use right now; the device is packed with a lot of features that makes it be one of the best smartphones in the world right now.
Unfortunately, as good as the iPhone 10 is, it is not perfect. After using it for a while, it will be coming up with errors and issues like randomly rebooting, freezing and stuff like that.
As soon as you see that your iPhone 10 is freezing and shutting down unexpectedly, I will suggest that you contact a licensed Apple technician that will be able to tell if the issue is related to the hardware or the software of the device or maybe it was already faulty before you purchased it.
One of the signs of a major hardware failure on the iPhone 10 is the unexpected shutdown and random rebooting that you are experiencing. If you like to get a new one, you need to check that your iPhone 10 is still under warranty of the Apple Care, this will ensure that you do not spend your hard earned money on getting a new one.
So, the first thing you should do is contact Apple customer support to know your options before you decide on what to do. This will also save you the stress of going back and forth to get your iPhone 10 fixed, once you know your options, you will know what to do.
But if your iPhone 10 is no more under the warranty cover and you are experiencing these issues on your iPhone 10, then you can make use of the guidelines below to fix the unexpected shutdown and random restarting issue that you are facing on your iPhone 10.
Turn ON/OFF Cellular
There are times when the cellular data can be the reason why your iPhone 10 is restarting randomly. What you can do is to locate Settings on your device home screen, click on it, tap Cellular, click on Cellular Data and then move the toggle to “Off” and then switch it “On” again. You can also check the Apple Support Page to learn more about how you can fix this issue.
Steps to Fix When iPhone 10 Keeps Restarting with Apple Logo
- Touch and Hold the “Power” and “Home” keys together until the screen goes blank
- Launch your iTunes. It will “spot ” the iPhone10 in “recovery mode.”
- You can then restore your iPhone 10 to see if that will solve the issue.
It has also been noticed that apps consume huge amounts battery life from an iPhone 10 especially apps that need are constantly updating throughout the day and running in the background of your device. This can make your iPhone 10 to restart itself.
If you are experiencing this, it means you need to uninstall the apps to make sure that it does not cause major damage to your iPhone 10. To do this, you will need to Delete the app, then Reboot your iPhone 10, and then sync it with again with iTunes and see if it solves the issue.
Recovery Mode & Restore Method
Another effective way of solving the freezing issue on your iPhone 10 is to recover and restore. Although it seems simple but it can be a difficult task to complete especially if your iPhone 10 is restarting itself every two-three minutes or so.
If you can complete the process, you will have an iPhone 10 that will be back to the default mode. This process will delete all the files that you have on your iPhone 10, ensure that you backup your important files before you commence the process.
Restore Old Backup
If the iPhone 10 continues to restart itself after you have tried all the methods above, then you should try this last method. It’s also effective in fixing the freezing issue that you are experiencing on your iPhone 10.
You will need to connect the iPhone 10 to iTunes and then select an old backup that you have made before. After the old backup has been loaded, the random freezing and restarting issue should stop.