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How to Fix It If iPhone Keeps Turning off

Since many users have been complaining that their iPhones keep turning off and they can’t find any solutions to fixing it. In this tutorial, I list some practical methods and hopefully, they will help you out.

by Micky |Nov 29,2018..

Since the release of iOS 12, we’ve seen an increasing number of bugs found by iOS users such as fast battery drain, third-party Apps crash, App store not working, and so on. But this time, we’ll discuss a more serious problem which determines whether or not you can use your iPhone – what to do if iPhone keeps turning off?

In the following tutorial, some effective solutions will be listed and also, we’ll find out whether it’s necessary to change a battery.

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Why Does iPhone Keep Shutting off

People always think in most cases, if an iPhone keeps turning off, there must be something wrong with the battery. In fact, yes, a damaged battery can cause this problem. However, other possibilities exist as well. For example, a high firmware temperature, faulty Apps, water damage, and so on.

Solution 1 Force Restart Your iPhone

Sometimes, if iPhone keeps rebooting, it may be caused by a software crash. In this case, the best way is to force restart your iPhone. Here, you’ll find how to force restart iPhones in different models.

Sometimes, if iPhone keeps rebooting, it may be caused by a software crash. In this case, the best way is to force restart your iPhone. Here, you’ll find how to force restart iPhones in different models.

Force Restart An iPhone 6S, SE, or Earlier

Long press the home button and the power button simultaneously until you see Apple logo appear and the iPhone will restart.

Force Restart An iPhone 7 or 7 Plus

Long press the power button and the volume down button until you see the Apple logo. Then, let the iPhone reboot.

Force Restart An iPhone 8 or X

1.       Quick hit the volume up button.

2.       Quick hit the volume down button.

3.       Long press the power button until Apple logo appears.

4.       Wait for the iPhone to reboot.

Solution 2 Update the iPhone to the Latest iOS Version

If your iPhone keeps shutting down, remember to check whether the iOS software is the latest version since there might be some bugs in the earlier version to be fixed.

On Your iPhone

Go to Settings > General > Software Update. After the update check is finished, follow the onscreen guide to update your iPhone to the latest iOS.

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Via iTunes

1.       Connect your iPhone to PC and launch iTunes.

2.       Click on the iPhone icon on the upper left.

3.       Click on “Summary” on the left and click on “Check for Update”.

4.       Follow the onscreen guide to finish the iOS installation.

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Solution 3 Check iPhone Battery Health

If you are running iOS 11.3 or higher versions on your iPhone, then, you might as well try this specially designed feature to test whether there is something wrong with the battery.

Tap on Settings > Battery > Battery Health. Then, you will see 2 pieces of information as follows.

Maximum Capacity: The lower the maximum capacity level is, the worse your battery condition can be.

Peak Performance Capability: This item tells you whether the performance of your iPhone gets decreased due to the bad state of the battery. If you see anything but Peak Performance Capability, you are possibly facing a problem. 

Solution 4 Restore Your iPhone

If none of the above methods works, it might be time to restore your iPhone to fix all glitches once for all. Before that, remember to back up the iPhone first.

1.       Connect the iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes.

2.       Click on the iPhone icon on the upper left.

3.       Click on “Summary” on the left.

4.       Click on “Restore Backup”.

5.       Choose a backup you want and follow the onscreen guide to finish the process.

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Bottom Line

Hopefully, you’ve already known what to do when iPhone keeps turning off by referring to the methods I provided above. If none of them work, don’t hesitate to contact your local Apple store. At all, it’s less of a waste of money than having a broken iPhone.



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