Don’t you just hate it when your i Phone starts acting up? That’s why we’ve put together this essential guide to help you fix all the common (and some less common) i Phone issues.These fixes will be quicker than going to an Apple Store and waiting for a Genius Bar appointment, and it won’t cost you a dime.
This will disconnect you from all Wi Fi networks and then begin reconnecting.
If this doesn’t work, try the same, but with Airplane Mode.
This will remove all the data from your i Phone and restore it to its factory settings.
You will, however, get the latest software version and you’ll be able to restore your phone with backed-up content.
The force restart process differs depending on which i Phone you have: The Problem: Your i Phone won’t update to the newest version of i OS.
The Fix: Connect your phone to a PC or Mac and conduct a force restart as we mentioned above, this will put your i Phone into recovery mode.The Problem: Your i Phone won’t turn on or it’s stuck on the logo screen. If that doesn’t work, try charging it for an hour – making sure you check that the USB cable and plug are working, as well as ensuring there’s no dust or debris in the phone’s charging port.If it still won’t turn on, try taking it to an Apple store as it might be a hardware related issue, such as a completely failed battery.The Problem: Your i Phone runs out of battery too quickly.The Fix: The obvious – though not particularly satisfying – fix is to reduce how much you use your phone. If you still can’t charge your phone, head down to an Apple Store.There’s rarely a quick fix, as the problems are often hardware related – an aging processor or battery, for example.But, these are some of the things you can do to alleviate the issue.If your phone still won’t charge, check your charging cable – does it work with other Apple devices? If you still don’t see the charging screen, or you see the connect to power screen, try cleaning out charging point and headphone jack, check the USB cable and the wall plug.If your screen is cracked and has stopped responding, it’s likely to be a hardware problem – meaning you’ll need a new screen.The Problem: Your i Phone seems to run really slowly, all the time.The Fix: There are loads of ways to speed up your i Phone: Delete apps you don’t use, turn off background app refreshing, clear your the cache on the Safari web browser.