Did you try to turn on your iPhone 11 Pro only for the device to fail to go past the Apple logo? Perhaps you had to turn off the device to charge, or maybe you were restarting the device or maybe you have just updated the device.
Whatever got you to this problem, you don’t know what to do to get the device working normally again,
But as stressful as it can be to have a device that is stuck on the Apple logo, there are solutions that you can try and this article will share with you the most effective of these solutions.
But let’s, first of all, take a look at some of the reasons why your device is behaving this way.
Possible Causes for "iPhone 11 Pro Stuck on Apple Logo"
To know how to fix the problem, it is important to understand what causes this issue. There are very many reasons why your iPhone 11 Pro may be stuck on the Apple Logo. They include the following;
The most common reason why your iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo is a system glitch. There could be a system setting or a rogue app that is keeping your device from starting up properly.
These system bugs can prevent your device from going past the Apple Logo during the start-up process.
It is also possible that the device has run out of power, with just enough to get into the boot process, but not to go all the way.
You may even have put the device in a different boot mode by holding down one of the buttons without realizing it.
A failed update process can also cause a device to get stuck on the Apple Logo. This is especially true if you began to experience this problem soon after or during an iOS update.
Perhaps the update was interrupted for one reason or another such as a power failure, a system glitch, or a problem with the update itself.
Whatever the reason, the following are some of the solutions that you can try;
Force Restart Your iPhone 11 Pro (Must-Try)
One of the easiest solutions to try for an iPhone 11 Pro stuck on the Apple Logo is a forced restart. It is ideal because it forces the device to shut down, closing all the rogue apps that may still be running in the background. To force restart an iPhone 11 Pro, follow these simple steps;
- Step 1: Quickly press and release the Volume Up Key.
- Step 2: Quickly press and release the Volume Down Key.
- Step 3: Then, press and hold the Side button for about 10 seconds and let it go when you see the Apple Logo appears on the screen.
This method doesn’t cause data loss, so you don’t have to worry about creating a backup.
Fix iPhone 11 Pro’s Apple Screen with iOS System Repair Tool (Worth-Trying)
A force restart is a good solution, but it can only remove minor system glitches on the surface. If you want a solution that will go much deeper and fix the problem successfully once and for all, we recommend using TinyFix.
This program is designed to help deal with stuck issues like this one, and others such as iPhone 11 black screen, iPhone 11 not turning on, and it is your best chance at solving the problem quickly and easily.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to show you how it works;
Step 1: Download and install the TinyFix on to your computer. Connect the iPhone to the computer and then open the program to begin the repair process.
Step 2: In the main window, click on “iOS System Repair” and then select the “Standard Repair Mode.” This mode will repair the device without causing any data loss.
Step 3: Ensure that the device’s information on the next window is correct and then click “Download” to begin downloading the necessary firmware to begin repairing the device. Once downloaded, the program will begin installing the firmware onto the device.
Step 4: Then simply click “Fix Now” and TinyFix System Repair will begin fixing the device. When the process is complete, the device will restart in normal mode and the problem should be resolved.
Restore the iPhone 11 Pro in Recovery Mode
Another good way to fix this problem is to restore the iPhone in recovery mode. Putting the device in recovery mode is a good way to reinstall the iOS on the device or restore the device from a recent backup when a regular restore in iTunes or Finder will not work.
To make sure that process is successful, it is important to ensure that you have the latest version of iTunes or Finder is installed on the device.
Follow these simple steps to restore the iPhone in recovery mode;
- Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer using its original USB or lightning cable.
- Step 2: Open iTunes on your PC or earlier version of macOS or Finder on macOS Catalina.
- Step 3: With the device connected to the computer, press and quickly release the Volume up key, press and release the Volume Down key.
- Step 4: Then press and hold the Side Button until you see the recovery mode screen appear on the screen.
Follow the instructions in iTunes or Finder to restore the device and refresh its firmware. The device will restart after the restore and the problem should be resolved.
Perform a DFU Mode Restore for iPhone 11 Pro
DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode is the deepest form of restore that you can choose to use on your device and it can be useful when recovery mode fails to fix the problem. It allows iTunes to still communicate with the device with the bootloader deactivated.
It is important to note however that you should never attempt a DFU restore on a device that has suffered liquid damage as there is a high chance that the process will not be completed.
That said, here’s how to restore an iPhone 11 pro in DFU mode;
- Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer and then open iTunes or Finder.
- Step 2: With the device connected, press and release the Volume Up button.
- Step 3: Then press and release the Volume Down button.
- Step 4: Press the Side button until the device’s screen goes black.
- Step 5: Continue to hold the Side button and press and hold the Volume Down button. Keep holding both buttons for 5 seconds.
- Step 6: Release the Side button, but continue to hold the Volume Down button for another 10 seconds.
If the device’s screen remains black after 10 seconds, the device is successfully in DFU. You should see a popup message appear on the screen in iTunes saying, ““iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode and that you must restore it before it can be used with iTunes.”
Click “Restore iPhone” and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process. Once the restore process is complete, the device should start in normal mode and the problem should be resolved.
What to Do If Your iPhone 11 Pro Remains Stuck on Apple Logo
If even after a DFU restore your device is still stuck on the Apple logo, your only option is to take your device to the nearest Genius Bar for service.
The technicians at Apple will be able to determine if the problem is hardware-related and suggest the next steps to take in the repair of the device.
The solutions we have outlined above can help you fix an iPhone 11 that is stuck on the Apple logo. Try each of the solutions one after the other, following the instructions as precisely as you can until you find a solution that works for you.
Any questions or comments you have on any of the solutions above are welcome. Just post them in the comments section below.