Why Do You Need to Reboot Your iPhone/iPad/iPod

Why Do You Need to Reboot/Reset Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod?

"My iPhone 5 shuts off randomly - buttons not recognized to restart. Help"

"Why won't my iPhone reboot? Have tried anything but useless. How can I reboot it?"

Just as the frequently asked questions shows in the quotations above, many of you would encounter the situation that you need to restart your iOS devices. There are many reasons why you need to reboot your iPhone, iPad or iPod, including:

  • 1. iPhone or other device is stuck in recovery mode, expecially after iOS 8.2, iOS 8.1, iOS 8 or iOS 7 update. You can refer to the article Put iPhone/iPad/iPod in Recovery Mode to see what is recovery mode, as well as why you need to enter recovery mode sometimes.
  • 2. iPhone or iPad is stuck in black/white/silver Apple logo screen of death.
  • 3. Device is frozen/hung or unresponsive.
  • 4. iPhone shuts off/down. Worse still, the Home/Power button is broken or not working.
  • 5. Device is not recognized by iTunes. You can't do anything about your device in iTunes.
  • 6. Device gets into some kind of weird reboot loop and you need to force to reset it.
  • 7. Rebooting is a part of regular maintenance to keep device run smoothly.

The answer to the question "do you need to reboot iPhone" is definitely yes due to the scenarios showed above or due to other reason. And you can easily reboot or reset your device.

Note: Here the term "reset" means soft reset or reboot. You may sometimes see it mean deleting all content from the device to start over fresh. Check to figure out it in the article of Hard Reset VS Soft Reset on iPhone, iPad, and iPod.

How to Reboot/Reset Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch? Free Software You Should Try

It is extremely easy to reboot or reset your iOS device. To avoid data loss or any damage to your device, we recommend Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) to you, which is the free and the most professional iOS device reboot software. It will force to restart or soft reset your Apple devices including:

iPhone models: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS
iPad models: iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad mini 2 (iPad mini with Retina display), iPad 4 (iPad with Retina display), the new iPad (iPad 3), iPad 2, iPad 1
iPod models: iPod touch 5G, iPod touch 4G, iPod touch 3G, iPod touch 2G, iPod touch 1G

Free download Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) on your Window 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista. If you have a Mac on OS X 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6, go to Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) for Mac.

Here is how:

  • 1. Connect your device to your computer and run Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot). In the interface, you will see there are only 2 buttons. Click "Enter Recovery Mode" to put your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch in recovery mode. If your device has been already stuck in recovery mode, Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) can also detect it.
  • 2. Then click "Exit Recovery Mode". This will force your device to reboot.

Wait for a little while until your device reboots totally. Then you will see it run normally and all the issues you met before have been fixed with this Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot).

/ Posted by Jerry Cook to iPhone Follow @Jerry Cook