Why does my iPhone 5s keep turning on and off?

Why does my iPhone 5s keep turning on and off?

An iPhone that keeps turning off can be caused by faulty apps, water damage, or (usually) battery issues. Sometimes, a hard reset will fix an iPhone that keeps turning off, or power cycling, on its own. If all else fails, you may need to contact Apple Support for a battery replacement to stop the issue from recurring.

Why does my phone keep turning on and off by itself?

Check for system updates. If it’s not a flat/damaged battery and it’s not your phone settings, software bugs may cause your phone to keep turning on and off by itself. Especially if you’ve not been updating your phone’s software, you may face system instability and various issues on your phone.

Why does my iPhone keep restarting and won’t turn on?

The most likely culprit is your network settings, so you should reset that first and see if it solves your problem. Start the Settings app and then tap General. Tap Transfer or Reset iPhone, followed by Reset. Finally, tap Reset Network Settings and confirm you want to do this.

What to do if iPhone keeps restarting?

How to Fix An iPhone That Keeps Restarting?

  1. Force Restart.
  2. Remove the SIM Card.
  3. Restore Your iPhone.
  4. Update iOS and Apps.
  5. Find and Remove Faulty Apps.
  6. Manually Set Up Date & Time.
  7. Free Up Space on Your iPhone.
  8. Restore Your iPhone.

How do I stop boot loop?

Press and hold both the “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons. Do this for about 20 seconds or until the device restarts again. This will often clear the memory, and cause the device to start normally.

Why is my phone restarting on its own?

If your phone is constantly restarting, many things could be the culprit. It might be a dodgy app that you’ve installed, a sign that your phone is overheating, or that the battery is dying.

What do you do if your iPhone keeps restarting?