It looks like a stupid question at the first sight, what if your iPhone is lost, dead, or stolen. Of course you should find ways to deal with them. Actually what we want to convey in this article goes beyond that: in the first layer, you should know how to deal with that.
What If Your iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus/5s/5/4S Is Dead?
iPhone suddenly becomes unresponsive or completely black screen? Before you take it to a repair store, try following tricks to fix it by yourself firstly.
Hard Reset – press and hold simultaneously home button and the sleep/wake button for a couple of seconds, until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
Recharge - iPhone has a short battery life. So make sure your phone dead is not because of the lack of battery. It can help you expel at least one of the possibilities.
Resetting – go to Settings/General/Reset all Settings. It means that the phone will be restored to the factory defaults, which in most cases will solve the problem right away.
ReiBoot – a free reboot tool to force your dead iPhone restart by entering and exiting Recovery Mode.
What If Your iPhone (iPhone SE Included) Is Stolen or Lost?
Nothing can be more painful than your precious iPhone gets lost or stolen. So what to do immediately after your iPhone is stolen or lost? Is it possible to get lost or stolen iPhone back?
Solution 1: If Find My iPhone is enabled on your lost iPhone
Sign in to icloud.com/find on a computer, or use the Find My iPhone app on another iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Open Find My iPhone, and select a device to view its location on a map. If the device is nearby, you can have it play a sound to help you or someone nearby find it.
Turn on Lost Mode. Lost Mode can help you remotely lock your device with a four-digit passcode, display a custom message with your phone number on your missing device's Lock screen, and keep track of your device's location. If you added credit or debit cards to Apple Pay, the ability to make payments using Apple Pay on the device will be suspended when you put your device in Lost Mode.
Erase data on your device and report your lost or stolen device to local law enforcement.
Solution 2: If Find My iPhone isn’t enabled on your lost iPhone
Change your Apple ID password prevent anyone from accessing your iCloud data or using other services.
Change the passwords for other internet accounts on your device.
Report your lost or stolen device to local law enforcement and wireless carrier
Hope the tricks shared above can you help you deal with your dead, lost, or stolen iPhone. And if you want to recover data from your our dead, lost, or stolen iPhone, iPhone Data Recovery will help you.