iPhone no doubt is an awesome piece of device. If you have recently got hold of the latest iPhone you may find that after working fine for a while it has started restarting problems. One of the problem which you may face is when the “iPhone keeps restarting”. iPhone keeps restarting is one of the most common issue faced by many users you are having older devices like iPhone 4s, 5, 5c, 5s.
If you are also experiencing the same issue before going to the Apple Service Center to get your device checked you can try to fix iPhone keeps restarting problem by trying out few tips.
How To Fix iPhone Keeps Restarting Issue
1. Turn ON/OFF Cellular
Sometimes by turning off and turning on cellular data an iPhone can solve the issue of iPhone restarting. To do so go to Settings >> Cellular >> Cellular Data, then turn the toggle to “Off” and then back “On”.
2. Update iOS
Your iPhone may be facing the problem because the operating system of the device not up to date. Try to update to the iOS to the latest version. To update your device to the latest operating system, Go to Settings >> choose General >> Software update. Choose Download and Install.
3. Perform Hard Reset
To perform a hard reset, hold down the Power button and the Home button simultaneously until the iPhone shuts down and restarts again.
4. Restore From Old Backup
If the problem is persisting, try to to restore iPhone from old backup and see if it works. To restore from old backup connect your iPhone via USB, run iTunes and then restore from old backup.
5. Uninstall Faulty Apps
iPhone restarting could be due to a faulty app on your iPhone. If you facing the issue after installing a particular app recently then it is better to uninstall the app to solve the problem.
6. Recovery Mode and Restore
Take a backup of your data before you go ahead with recovery mode and then restoring iPhone.
Enter iPhone Recovery Mode
Turn your iPhone off by holding down the sleep/hold button swipe on the slider at the top.
Connect your device via USB cable to the computer and iTunes. When the phone is off, hold down the home button of iPhone until you find “connect to iTunes”.
It will “detect” the iPhone in “recovery mode.”
When iPhone is in recovery mode, a window will pop up in iTunes saying that iPhone needs to be restored.
Connect your iPhone via USB cable and launch iTunes.
Select your iPhone when it appears in iTunes.
Click on Restore iPhone in the Summary section.
In the Summary tab click on the “Restore” button.
Your iPhone will restart after “Restore” is done.
Follow on-screen instructions to setup your iPhone 6 once you see the “Hello screen”.
The above mentioned steps will for sure solve your “iPhone keeps restarting” issue. If not, you will have to take your iPhone to the Apple Store for replacement.