January 04, 2018 0
When something goes wrong with your iPhone it can feel like a disaster. If there is something with its software itself, it seems so hard to imagine fixing it just by pushing the right buttons, and if the screen, casing or buttons are damaged it can look like an impenetrable fortress to open and repair.
Here are some problems with its following solutions:
?When its frozen:
When the whole screen is frozen and pressing the buttons doesn’t seem to do anything it can leave your head scratching. The solution is to power down the iPhone.
?iPhone won’t power down:
Hold down both the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button for 10 seconds. This will force the iPhone to restart. It will take around 30 seconds to power back up.
?An iPhone app has stopped working:
Press the Home Button to return to the Home Screen.
Double-press the Home button to open the Multi-tasking bar.
Find the offending app and press and hold the app icon till the apps start jiggling around.
Tap the red Remove icon next to the app icon and watch it disappear.
Press the Home button to return to finish editing, and again to return to the Home Screen.
Tap the app icon to re-launch it.
If this doesn’t work the final step is to delete the app from your iPhone just re-install it from the App Store if you want to keep that App.
?iPhone won’t power on:
You should first check that your charger is working by trying to charge it from a different power source. If this doesn’t work try a different USB/Lightning cable. Once you’ve made sure it’s definitely the phone at fault: hold down the Sleep/Wake and Home button for 10 seconds to force the phone to switch off. Then try switching it on again.
There are lots of tips and tricks for quickly repairing a damaged iPhone. And it could be a lot easier to fix broken parts on an iPhone than you’d think: especially when you’re armed with the right knowledge.