What To Do iPhone Keeps Restarting/Stuck On Apple Logo/Black Screen and Recovery Mode After iOS 13.1.1 Update

Every now and then, Apple users who updated to the  new version are having some issues with the new iOS that it isn’t working properly as expected.. Just recently, there’s been some complaints that after updating to iOS 13.1.1 their  iPhone keeps restarting, stuck on Apple Logo,  Black screen and Recovery Mode was observed. This is probably caused by a Functional Issue on the latest update. In this post, what to do iPhone keeps restarting/stuck on Apple Logo/Black Screen and Recovery Mode will be mentioned. 

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BELOW ARE POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS ON WHAT TO DO APPLE iPHONE KEEPS RESTARTING/STUCK ON APPLE LOGO/BLACK SCREEN AND RECOVERY MODE AFTER iOS 13.1.1 UPDATE

Solution 1: Force restart iPhone

This is a very simple procedure. Although the methods here varies with iPhone models as not all models have the same button locations. 

For older iOS devices i.e. iPhone 5s, 6, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 and 8 Plus

  1. Press and hold the Power/Sleep & Wake Button, located at the right side of your device.
  2. Next, Press and hold the Volume Down Button, located at the right side of your device.
  3. Simultaneously press and hold the Power/Sleep & Wake Button and Volume Down Button until the device turns off.
  4. iPhone automatically turns on 
  5. Finally, release the Power/Sleep & Wake Button and Volume Down Button when the Apple Logo appears.

For the latest iPhone models i.e iPhone X, XS, XR, 11, 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max

  1. Press and quickly release the Volume Up Button, located at the left side of your device, 
  2. Press and quickly release the Volume Down Button. Still located at the left side of your device.
  3. Next, Press and hold the Power Button, located at the right side of your device. Then release until the device display turns off.
  4. iPhone automatically turns on after a few seconds and the Apple Logo appears.

 

Solution 2: Reset All Settings

If rebooting your device does not help, you can try to reset your phone’s settings. This does not delete personal files however it does deletes saved passwords and personalized settings bringing it back to Default. It is thereby recommended in any way possible to back up your saved passwords beforehand. 

To reset all settings:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Scroll down to the list of options and Tap on Reset.
  3. Tap on Reset All Settings
  4. Enter Device Passcode when prompt.

 

Solution 3: Restore Factory Settings

If and any way that the above mentioned solutions did not help with fixing the problem, restoring your iPhone to Factory Settings is probably the next step to take. Before doing this, make sure to back up your personal data as this totally wiped out all data after restore.

To Restore Factory Settings:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Scroll down to the list of options and Tap on Reset.
  3. Tap on Erase All Content & Settings
  4. Enter Device Passcode when prompt

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