The flashing Apple logo preventing your iPhone from booting up normally can be very frustrating, especially when you don't know what to do. In this article, we are going to look at some of the solutions to fix this problem on your iPhone. But before we begin, let's take a look at some of the most common causes of this iPhone flashing Apple logo On and Off problem.
Most of iPhone users who have reported this problem said it occurs primarily when the device is plugged in and charging. But while your charger or something that goes wrong during the charging process could certainly cause the issue, there are several other more common reasons why the Apple logo is blinking on your iPhone screen. They include the following;
The following are just some of the most effective solutions to this problem:
The best solution for an iPhone flashing an Apple logo or any other iPhone errors is FoneGeek iOS System Recovery. This tool is designed to fix all iOS issues including an iPhone stuck on the Apple Logo, recovery mode or the black and white screen. To do that, FoneGeek iOS System Recovery must have several high impact features and they include the following:
Here's how you can use FoneGeek iOS System Recovery to fix an iPhone flashing the Apple Logo:
Step 1: Download and install iOS System Recovery on to your computer and then launch the program. Connect the iPhone to the computer with the USB cable.
Step 2: Once the device is connected, choose "Repair Operating System" and put the device in DFU/recovery mode to proceed. If you don't know which buttons to use to put the device in DFU/recovery mode, just follow the on-screen instructions that FoneGeek iOS System Recovery provide.
Step 3: The next step is to download the firmware needed for the device. The program already detects the necessary firmware, all you have to do is click "Download" and the program will begin downloading the necessary firmware.
Step 4: Once the firmware download is complete, the repair process will get started. Keep the device connected until the process is complete and the device restarts.
You will notice that the flashing Apple logo is now gone and the device is functioning normally.
Another simple way to fix an iPhone flashing the Apple logo on and off is to force reboot the device. This is the next most logical step to take if a simple restart doesn't work. The following is how to force reboot an iPhone depending on the model:
For iPhone 6S and older: Press and hold the Power button and the Home button at the same time until the Apple Logo appears on the screen.
For iPhone 7 and 7 Plus: Press and hold the Power button (side) and the Volume down buttons simultaneously until the Apple Logo appears. If you see the "Slide to Power Off" slider, ignore it and keep holding the buttons until the iPhone begins to startup.
For iPhone 8 or Later: Press and release the Volume up button and then press and release the Volume down key. Now press and hold the Power button until the Apple Logo appears.
Once the startup phase is complete, enter your passcode instead of the Fingerprint ID to ensure the problem is resolved completely.
Restoring the iPhone in DFU mode in iTunes is another great way to eliminate some iPhone related issues. The following is a simple step by step guide to do that:
Step 1: Connect the iPhone to your computer using USB cables and then launch iTunes if it doesn't automatically open.
Step 2: Now press and hold the home and power button at the same time for about 10 seconds.
Step 3: Release the Power button when the screen goes black and then release the home button until iTunes says the device is in recovery mode.
Step 4: If the screen goes black, you have entered DFU mode. Now simply restore the device in iTunes and when it restarts, check if the problem is gone.
Sometimes DFU mode doesn't work and if after several tries you are unable to enter DFU mode, you may want to try restoring the device in recovery mode. Here's how to do it:
Step 1: Connect the iPhone to the computer and then open iTunes. Now hold down the following buttons depending on the iPhone model you have to enter recovery mode:
Step 2: Now click on "Restore" in iTunes and iTunes will begin reinstalling the iOS and restoring the device back to normal.
If all the solutions above don't resolve the iPhone flashing Apple logo issue, then it is very likely that there is a hardware component that is not functioning correctly. In this case, the best thing to do would be to get in touch with Apple Support to get help. They can be very helpful in repairing hardware problems.
The above solutions are all very effective in fixing the iPhone Flashing Apple logo issue. Choose the method you are most comfortable using. As always, we'd love to hear from you. Let us know of you were able to fix the issue in the comments section below.
By Fay J. Melton
Posted on Aug 08, 2019, 23:13:29
Fay J. Melton has explored the area of technology and software for more than 5 years and he is enthusiastic about helping users solve various technology issues.