Run-ins with your iPhone can be a real pain when you don’t have an error code or other visual clues to help you figure out what’s going wrong. When people use their iPhones, they often run into a problem called a “white iPhone screen.” A blank white screen is likely to show up on your iPhone when you have this problem. There are no options to get out of this screen, so you can’t get out of this screen. If you have this problem, we’ll talk about how to fix it in this post.
The iPhone’s white screen is caused by what?
For most people, there are two main reasons why their iPhones get stuck with a white screen. These two reasons are:
- Many times, a white screen is caused by a problem with software that needs to be fixed. This is sometimes seen after the OS has been updated. There are no clues as to what went wrong during or after a software upgrade.
- If there is a hardware problem, this could also be the reason. This could be a loose cable inside your phone, water damage, a broken screen, or other hardware problems.
Here are Four Ways to Fix an iPhone White Screen
When your iPhone freezes, this is usually the first thing you try. You can do a hard reset to fix this. A hard reset will just make your phone shut down and start over again. When you want to do a Hard Reset, you don’t need any software from a third party. You can do it by pressing the hardware buttons on your phone.
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- Press and then let go of the Volume Up button on your phone.
- Turn down the Volume Down button, then press and hold down the button again.
- Release the Side button when you see the Apple logo. Do not slide the slider to turn off your phone. You can now use your phone again.
- Wait for your phone to restart.
All Other Models –
- With the phone screen facing you, hold down both the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button.
- Keep holding the buttons when the power off slider comes up, don’t let go of them.
- The Apple logo will appear when you press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button.
- Wait for the iPhone to restart.
Take a look at Tenorshare ReiBoot, which is a software tool for fixing iOS problems. ReiBoot doesn’t lose your data when you use it. Install Tenorshare ReiBoot, which can be used on both Windows and Mac computers. Afterward, you’ll be able to do a repair by connecting your iPhone with a USB cord to your computer.
Use Tenorshare ReiBoot for this fix and you won’t lose any of your data.
Step 1 Take the Tenorshare ReiBoot software and put it on your PC or Mac. Then, run it, connect your iPhone to the computer by plugging in a USB cord. Select “Start.”
Step 2 choose “Standard Repair.” Then, start downloading the firmware package that you’ll need to fix your phone.
Step 3 You’re now ready to start the repair process. The download is done. When it’s done, choose “Start Standard Repair.” Before too long, your iPhone will start up again. Then the problem will be solved.
Enter Recovery Mode – This is another thing you can do. As soon as the process is done, you’ll have to set up your iPhone again. If you have a recent backup of your device, you can use the recovery mode method to restore it after you have done this. Read more; Apple AirTags are being misused to stalk people
When you use the Tenorshare ReiBoot software, getting into recovery mode is even easier. The software comes with a free one-click solution that makes it easy to put your iPhone into recovery mode.
To get into recovery mode without having to use ReiBoot, follow these steps:
Step 1: On a Mac with macOS Catalina, go to Finder and click on the File menu. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a Mac with macOS Mojave or a PC with iTunes. In this case, close iTunes, then open it again. Keep your phone or tablet connected and wait until the recovery mode screen comes up:
Step 2: If you have an iPhone 8 or later, as well as the iPhone SE (2nd generation), this is the next step. Press and quickly let go of the volume up button on your TV. As soon as you hit and release the volume down button, quickly release it again. You then have to press and hold the side button until you get to the recovery mode screen.
The iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, and the iPod touch (7th generation) are all the same. Press and hold both the top (or side) and the volume down buttons at the same time to turn down the volume on your phone. Read also; Apple Watch Series 7 rapid charging is available When you see the recovery mode screen, keep holding them until you see it.
iPod touch (6th generation) or earlier, including the iPhone SE (1st generation), and the iPhone 6s or earlier. Make sure you press and hold both of the Home and the top or side buttons at the same time. When you see the recovery mode screen, keep holding them until you see it.
Step 3 – When you see the option to Restore or Update, choose Update. Your computer will try to reinstall the software again without deleting your data, but it won’t work very well at first. Wait for your computer to download the software for your device while you do other things. As soon as the download is done, let it finish. Then, go back to step 3 and start all over again.
After the Update or Restore is done, you can set up your device.
To fix your iPhone white screen, you can try DFU mode. This might look like the hard reset option, but it’s not the same thing at all. This will do a full factory reset of your device. This will make your device new again.
For Models after iPhone 8:
- Connect your iPhone to a computer with a USB cable so that you can use it.
- Open the iTunes app or the Finder app and click on it.
- Press and then let go of the Volume up button.
- Press and then let go of the Volume down button.
- As long as you hold the Power button for about 10 seconds, the screen will go dark.
- To get to the Power button, press and hold the Volume down button for 5 seconds.
- When you’re done with the Power button, let go of the Volume down button, and keep it.
- Let go of the Volume down button when the iTunes/Finder app says that an iPhone is in “recovery mode.”
- Click on “Restore iPhone” to install a new OS on your phone.
For Model 7:
- In this case, you’ll need to plug in the USB cable that came with your iPhone 7.
- Open the iTunes app or the Finder app and click on it.
- In about 8–10 seconds, press and hold the Power button and the Volume down button together, and then let go of them.
- When you’re done with the Power button, let go of the Volume down button and keep it there.
- When you see the iTunes/Finder has found an iPhone in recovery mode message on your computer, press the Volume down button.
- Then, click the Restore iPhone button to install a new OS on your iPhone.
For Models 6s and Earlier:
- Connect the iPhone to a computer with a USB cable so you can use it.
- iTunes or the Finder should be opened to get to it now.
- For about 8–10 seconds, press and hold the Power and Home buttons together, then let go of them and let go.
- While you still hold down the Home button, press the Power button and let go of it.
- Take your finger off the Home button when you see the iTunes/Finder has found an iPhone in recovery mode message on your computer.
- Use the Restore option to start over with a new OS.
This should help you get your iPhone back to work and fix the white screen. To keep your data safe, make sure to back up your files on a regular basis, especially before major system changes. Use the steps in this article to fix common iPhone problems, such as the white screen glitch.