How to Fix iPhone Stuck on Black Screen

"After powering my iPhone 6 off then on I would get a black screen after the Apple logo. Tapping on the screen or pressing any of the buttons doesn't help at all. I tried rebooting a few times and had the same issue. The only way I can get the slide to unlock screen to appear is to answer a call and hang up. Is there a way fix iPhone 6 black screen?"

What is iPhone Black Screen?

iPhone black screen is also known as iPhone black screen of death. iPhone with black screen appears when there is physical damage or software damage to your iPhone, or it may appear after you restore iPhone from iTunes and update iOS 11/10/9.3/9/8.1. iPhone with black screen makes your iPhone unable to respond to any physical touch.

How to Fix iPhone Stuck on Black Screen (No Data Loss)

Most iPhone stuck problems are cuased by software damage. You can easily get your iPhone out of black screen stuck by repairing iOS to normal. Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) and UltData are such programs that offer you an efficient way to fix iPhone X/8/7/6s/6/5s/5c, iPad, iPod touch black screen throughly by repairing iOS system. What is more, your don't worry about losing your data.

Option 1. Fix iPhone Black Screen with Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot)

Step 1. Get Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) from official website, install and run it. Connect iPhone to computer via USB cable.

Step 2. From the main interface, click "Fix All iOS Stuck" and then hit on "Fix Now" or "Fix Now(All iOS 11 Stuck)" to access next step.

Step 3. Tap on "Download" button to downlaod latest iOS firmware package. After several minutes it will tell you repair system is finished. Then your iPhone will be normal.

Video Tutorial on How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Black Screen with Whilte Apple Logo

Option 2. Fix iPhone Black Screen with UltData

To get started, free download and install UltData on your computer.

Step 1. Run UltData and connect your screen blacked iPhone to computer via USB cable. Select "Repair Operating System" function on the main interface. Click Start to go on.

Step 2. Firstly, put the device into Recovery Mode to get it detected and follow the tutorial shown below to recover your device to normal.

Step 3. Download the firmware package to your computer. If you have downloaded the firmware, please choose "Import the Firmware Package Manually" to import it.

Step 4. After downloading, the program will continously start repairing your iOS system. Please do not disconnect your device during the process, or your iPhone can become bricked.

Step 5. After the repairing process, your iPhone will automatically restart and everything will get back to normal.

How to Backup or Recover Files When iPhone Screen is Black

If you have any data loss due to iPhone black screen, you care most the data in your device when your iPhone goes black. UltData is iPhone backup and data recovery software that can help you get all your iPhone data back with easy steps.

Step 1. Scan iPhone Backup Files

Launch this program on your computer, then it will automatically detect your iPhone backup files in iTunes. Select the icon signifying your iPhone backup files, and then click "Start Scan" to begin scanning.

Step 2. Preview iPhone Backup Files You Want to Recover

To make sure you recover the exact photos, contacts, notes and other files, you can preview before recovery.

Step 3. Recover iPhone Backup Files for Black Screen iPhone

Finally, click "Recover" to recover backup files from iPhone in iTunes.

This way you can also recover important data when you got iPad black screen and iPhone 10/X, 8/8 Plus, 7/7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4 black screen.

So you will never worry about iPhone black screen after restoration, black screen on iPhone after update or any other reasons that cause iPhone stuck in recovery mode black screen and you can easily fix it and recover iPhone contacts, photos, notes and more even your iPhone goes black.

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