How to Fix a Black Screen of ( Death iPhone Screen )

A black screen that is unresponsive and unresponsive, otherwise known as the Black Screen of Death, is a common problem on iOS devices. Nothing is more frightening than a sudden black screen to iPhone users because it can mean that their cellphone is severely damaged. If you face the Black Screen of Death, don't panic. There are a number of fixes that you can try to make your phone function again.


1. Charge your battery iphone-charging screen


Believe it or not, your cellphone battery may be empty. If your iPhone battery is completely empty, you won't see an indicator that instructs you to charge your cellphone. Try connecting to the nearest power outlet and leaving it briefly charged. If a power shortage causes a black screen problem, you will see a battery charging icon after a few hours.

2. Reboot your iPhone
If you don't think the battery is causing a black screen, or your cellphone isn't responsive even after you charge it, try rebooting your cellphone. A reboot or "soft reset" closes the open application and restarts your cellphone. Rebooting can help revive unresponsive phones while keeping data intact.


To restart your iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 or previous iOS device, press the "Sleep / Wake" button and the Home button for ten seconds and wait for the Apple logo to appear on the screen.
For iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, press and hold the Sleep / Wake and Volume Down buttons for ten seconds and wait for the Apple logo to appear on the screen.
For iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, press and release the Volume Up button quickly. Then, press and quickly release the Volume Down button. Finally, press and hold the Sleep / Wake button for 10 seconds and wait for the apple logo to appear on the screen.

3. Restore Factory Settings
If your iPhone is still unresponsive, you may need to restore the original settings. Restoring your iPhone erases all data and personalized settings from the device, so make sure to back up your phone before starting the process. iphone-itunes-restore


1. Connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes.
2. After iTunes recognizes your cellphone, go to "Summary" and select "Restore iPhone." ITunes will then return your phone to its original settings and then update it to the latest version of iOS.

4. Update or Restore in Recovery Mode
If recovering factory settings doesn't work or iTunes can't detect your phone, you can try to force our phone into recovery mode. Your mobile enters recovery mode naturally every time you update to the latest iOS version. Forcing your cellphone into recovery mode can repair damage to your operating system, but you only have to try it if you have a backup recently.

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes.
2. Reboot your cellphone:
  • For iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, and previous iOS devices, press the Sleep / Wake button and the Home button for ten seconds. Keep holding the button until your screen asks you to connect to iTunes.
  • For iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, press and hold the Sleep / Wake and Volume Down buttons for ten seconds. Keep holding the button until your screen asks you to connect to iTunes.
  • For iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, press and release the Volume Up button quickly. Then, press and quickly release the Volume Down button. Next, press and hold the Sleep / Wake button for ten seconds. Keep holding the button until your screen asks you to connect to iTunes.

3. Select "Update" from the popup window that appears, and iTunes will try to reinstall iOS without deleting your data. If you choose "Restore," iTunes will delete your phone and restore it to factory settings.

If you still can't use the cellphone after trying all the steps above, your iPhone may have significant software or hardware damage. You must contact Apple directly for further assistance in repairing your iOS device.

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