What to Do If Your iPhone 7 Restarts Unexpectedly
iPhone 7 is just like the other smartphone, although some opinions claimed that iPhone 7 is one of the best smartphones. What we want to say here is not about the phone’s specifications, features, or any other details, but it is all about the phone’s behavior. Just like the other smartphones, iPhone 7 sometimes runs unexpected conditions. It could be having some glitches, or restart unexpectedly. Of course, all of these sudden is not one of the device’s design plan. That’s why sometimes we call this as a problem or an issue. On this tutorial, specifically, we want to inform you about what to do if your iPhone 7 restarts unexpectedly.
It is possible for you to see your iPhone 7 restarts unexpectedly. Usually, your iPhone is showing this unusual behavior especially when you have an older version of iOS. This unexpected reboot may happen to your iPhone 7 when you are in the middle of using your iPhone when occasionally the screen goes black and then the circle with lines pops up like it restarting. After having this all of sudden, usually you see your passcode screen appears on your iPhone 7’s display, and you have to type in your code again just like you have done a restart. If you’ve ever seen this weird act on your iPhone 7, please find out what to do if your iPhone 7 restarts in the following possible solutions:
Update your iPhone 7
As we mentioned above at the beginning of this tutorial that it is possible for an iPhone 7 to restart on its own if you have an older version of iOS. Therefore, it is important for you to ensure that you have the latest version of iOS on your iPhone 7 by updating the software soon after the update is available.
Reinstall your iOS
If you have updated to the latest iOS on your iPhone 7, but there’s no change, try to reinstall it. Follow the steps below:
- Connect your iPhone 7 to your computer and make sure you have the latest version of iTunes on it.
- Open the iTunes on your computer.
- Force restart your iPhone 7 while it is connected.
- When the Apple logo is appearing, keep holding the buttons until you see the recovery mode screen.
- You will get an option to restore or update, then select “Update.” After this, iTunes will try to reinstall iOS without erasing your precious data.
- If the process of iTunes takes more than 15 minutes, repeat the steps from force restarting your iPhone until your iTunes finish its job on reinstalling your iOS.
Update your apps
One of the possible problems for your iPhone 7 to restart unexpectedly is when there is an app that needs an update. That’s why always check if there is an update available for your apps on your iPhone 7 and then manually update the apps of you can enable automatic apps update. By allowing this automatic update, you can ensure that all of your apps are always up-to-date and full of the latest features.
Contact Apple Support
Finally, if you have tried to update your iOS, and all of your apps on iPhone 7 but the problem is persistent, you can contact Apple Support to get some help. You can also bring your iPhone 7 to the local Apple Store to get someone of the store to assist you with this unexpected problem.