Some users are experiencing trouble installing the i OS 10 software update by way of the Over-the-Air Software Update mechanism.The problem is not subtle if encountered, the update halts and then displays a “Connect to i Tunes” screen similar to recovery mode, preventing the update from going further.Many users have the same issue with i Phone 6 Plus.
If these solutions don’t help, make sure to visit one of the Apple Stores.
See also: 5 Ways To Fix IPhone 6 Getting Extremely Hot And Battery Drains Rapidly A hard reset can fix many issues, including this one when your device is turning off on its own.
If your device is still stuck on the i Tunes logo screen, proceed with the restore or update process with i Tunes as recommended.
If you experience the “connect to i Tunes” problem, i OS 10 update has failed and you will need to use i Tunes to fix the issue.
We will give you several different suggestions, and you should try them.
With these 5 ways to fix i Phone 6 Plus randomly shut off, you will hopefully solve the issue, and the device will work great again.
It would be great if there was a single reason why i Phones restart over and over again, but there isn’t a magic bullet for this problem.
In this article, I’ll explain what causes i Phones to keep restarting and I’ll show you how to fix the restarting i Phone problem.
You’re excited to finally try out the i OS 10/10.3, to sample the new features Apple announced. Yes, you might have been pretty certain that you had ample battery on your device prior to running i OS 10/10.3 upgrade, but let’s make sure we troubleshoot battery first. So, pick up your lightning connector – you can try another lightning connector, port and outlet, just to be triple sure – plug into your charging port and into a power source and leave it for some minutes, preferable an hour. Whether it’s just not turning on, or it doesn’t boot, or the screen is just frozen, a hard reset can be the emphatic answer.
You’ve painstakingly done the upgrade and wait for your phone to reboot so you can see for yourselves what Apple CEO described back in June. It might just be some bad data bits that needs to leave the device’s memory, and why not if it might work for you.
A hard reset is perhaps the easiest, often-used and most straightforward solution to i Phone problems. You can’t get tired now..device is counting on you.