Some Apple users are experiencing on their new iPhone issue such as it frequently reboots. Reports such as iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are into some sort of a reboot loop wherein it reboots and restarts again and again. While some are experiencing reboot in a couple of minutes after complete restart, others also experienced reboot loop even before the reboot finishes, it automatically turns off by itself and reboots again. This reboot loop often affects the overall functioning of their iPhones.
Constant reboot of your iPhone is perhaps caused by problems with internal memory or perhaps problems with the software of your iPhone causing it to reboot frequently. Continue to read on below for the possible solutions that might somehow help in fixing the issues.
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POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS ON HOW TO FIX iPHONE 11, 11 PRO AND 11 PRO MAX FREQUENTLY REBOOT PROBLEM
Potential Solution 1: Update to the latest software
As a result of your iPhone’s software not up-to-date can be the cause that frequently reboot iPhone 11. It is very important to keep your iPhone updated to the latest software. Downloading and updating to the latest software update helps fix bugs and app crashes.
To check and update your iPhone to the latest software, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Go to Settings from the Home Screen
Step 2:Tap on General
Step 3: Then tap on Software Update
Step 4: Your iPhone will then search for the latest update.
Step 5: After the search, your iPhone will either display your current software and is up to date or it will show the available software to download.
Step 6: If there is an available software, download it.
Potential solution 2: Update all apps on your iPhone
There are some instances that the apps installed on your iPhone is the one responsible for causing it to frequently reboots. In order to help fix the issue, make sure to update apps that have available updates.
To do this simply follow the steps below:
Step 1: Tap on the App Store app
Step 2: Then tap on your Profile Account Name/Picture located at the upper right corner of the screen.
Step 3: The list of apps with available updates will be displayed
Step 4: Tap on Update All to start updating all apps.
One thing to keep in mind when choosing to update all, make sure you have enough storage space on your device to avoid interruption of the update process.
Potential Solution 3: Force Restart iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
In some cases, doing a force restart on iPhone can sometimes do the trick in fixing frequently reboots problem.
To do a force restart on your iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, follow these steps:
Step 1: First, press and then release the Volume Up Button, located at the left side portion of your iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
Step 2: Then, press and release the Volume Down Button, which is also located on the left side just below the volume up button.
Step 3: Next, press and hold Sleep/Wake Button, located at the right side of your iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
Step 4: As soon as the ‘Slide to Power Off” appears, you can now release Sleep/Wake Button.
Step 5: Finally, to power off your iPhone, slide starting from left to right on the ‘Slide to Power Off” option.
Step 6: Wait for a few seconds, the iPhone will automatically restarts.
Step 7: Wait for iPhone to normally start.
Potential Solution 4: Remove Sim Card from your iPhone
Perhaps there is a problem with your network connection that might be the cause of your iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max to frequently reboots. The only solution to try is to remove your sim card from your iPhone and check if the problem is resolved. Whether the problem is resolved or not, put back your sim card into your iPhone.
Potential Solution 5: Check Battery of your iPhone
Another possibility that your iPhone frequently reboots is because you’re battery is drained. With a drained battery, it will prevent the iPhone to continuously restart. When drained battery happens, make sure to plug your iPhone to a charging port. It is recommended not to use or turn on your iPhone for a few minutes allowing it to charge normally.
Potential Solution 6: Reset All Settings
As the name suggests, it resets all the settings on your iPhone to its default state. Doing this resets only the system. Which means you will not lose any data, files and or apps however even if it does not lose any data it is still advisable to always keep a backup of your iPhone.
To reset all settings:
Step 1: Go to Settings from the Home Screen of your iPhone.
Step 2: Tap on General
Step 3: Then scroll down from the list of options to find Reset tab, click on it.
Step 4: Next, tap on Reset All Settings tab
Step 5: Enter Passcode or Face ID to confirm action.
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