Stuck on white Apple logo screen of death? Never panic! Here you can find the all round information about how to fix white Apple logo screen of death for your iPhone 5/4S/4, iPad 4/mini/3/2, iPod touch 5/4, etc.
When installing or updating applications on your Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, you may find that something interrupts your device or iTunes from completing the task and your device spontaneously reboots and never boots past the white Apple logo on black background. Sometimes although you do nothing, you would also find your device stuck on white Apple logo. iOS users call it the “white Apple logo Screen of Death”.
There simply is no reason for this white Apple logo of death and it is not the fault of any particular App. Till now, the most common and effective way is to restore your Apple device to factory settings.
However, Factory reset would cause data loss on your device. If you want to backup or save data on your PC or Mac first, read part 1.
Try iPhone Data Recovery to backup or save your data on PC since this excellent software can optionally transfer any wanted data (like text messages, contacts, call history, photos, videos, etc.) to computer from any damaged or crashed Apple device, such as the iPhone stuck on white Apple logo. Here is the general guide to show you how to save data.
If you are a Mac user, try iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to save data on your Mac.
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Note: 1. Make sure to leave the device well connected to the computer with iTunes open.
2. Do not interrupt the recovery process to avoid damage to your device.
After the restore process is finished, your device would come back to normal. You can use iTunes to transfer the backed-up data to your device. The very significant thing to remind you is that although you forget to backup or save data before you do factory reset, you can also try iPhone Data Recovery (for Windows) or iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to recover any wanted data on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.comments powered by Disqus