A New iPhone keeps Restarting?
If you got a new iPhone recently and are eligible for replacement without burning a hole in your pocket, the first thing that you do when you are stuck with an iPhone that keeps rebooting, shutting off or freezing is to head to the store and see if you can get it replaced.
Older Models, Out of Replacement Period etc.
For the rest of the crowd that isn’t as lucky, continue reading the article.
My iPhone keeps restarting! What do I do?
We noted that this problem occurs predominantly in bit older iPhones
i.e. iPhone 4s
models that upgrade to iOS 8 or later. Many readers also reported that iPhone 6 and 6 Plus reboot randomly
after upgrading to iOS 9
. My first reaction was – must be a hardware-software incompatibility issue. But wait. Apple isn’t Android. They know what they’re doing and iPhone 4s does run iOS 8 smoothly.
Well, that’s not the point anyway. We’re trying to fix an issue here so here are the ways, in which you can try to fix your iPhone that keeps shutting off, restarting or freezing.
Turn ON/OFF Cellular:
As strange and absolutely impossible as it sounds, I’ve seen people get this issue sorted out by turning off their cellular data and then turning it on again. Arguably, this doesn’t work everywhere. But since this is the most simplest thing you can try, you should begin here. Don’t believe me? Take a look at this
To do so go to settings → Cellular/Mobile → Turn On/Off Mobile Data.