iPhone is surely one of the most popular gadgets in the world. While iPhone devices are known for providing a flawless and glitch-free mobile experience, they have a little chink in their armor that plays a spoilsport: iPhone devices, especially iPhone 6, restart randomly, thereby disrupting your smartphone experience.
Before you make up your mind about taking your iPhone to the Apple Service Center to get the issue fixed, here’re some tips that may well come handy to fix the restarting problem once and for all.
1. Update the operating system of your iPhone
Outdated operating system can be one of the major reasons behind frequent restarting of your iPhone. So, you can update your device to the latest version to see if it works. Moreover, you can update all apps installed on your iPhone.
Apple has prescribed this as the official fix for the problem. However, many users are experiencing the problem even after updating their devices.
In such case, the tips and tricks below can prove worthy:
2. Toggle cellular data
It may sound strange to you, but it has worked for many. Just turn the cellular data of your device off for some time and switch it back on after a while.
3. Uninstall faulty apps from your device
A newly installed app can also trigger the iPhone random restart issue. In case you noticed the restart problem soon after installing a new app on your device, then simply uninstall the app and reboot your iPhone as it could possibly be the reason behind the trouble.
4. Restore your iPhone
Though this tip can be a touch tricky, it may prove worthwhile more often than not. Connect your iPhone with iTunes and restore it.
Note: Before restoring your device, make sure you back up all important data.
5. Give your iPhone a hard restart
You can try this tip by simply holding the power button of your iPhone for 10 seconds until your smartphone restarts.
6. Replace your iPhone battery
Though this is not a recommended solution for the issue, it can be one of the possible reasons that are hampering your iPhone experience.
7. Reset your iPhone’s settings
Though this is not a permanent fix or magic drug, it can solve your phone’s problem up to some extent, especially software issues.
Simply go to Settings > General > Reset and then tap Reset all settings to restore your phone’s settings to the factory defaults.
Using the process, there will be no harm to any of your apps or data, but (sorry for the little inconvenience) you’ll have to enter your Wi-Fi password again.
8. Remove SIM card of your iPhone
Sometimes phones can be stuck into a restart loop if the SIM is not connected properly. So to troubleshoot the issue, simply remove the SIM of your iPhone and insert it again.
This will not harm any of your mobile settings.
Try these simple tips and let us know what works for you and what not.