My iPhone 10 no longer turns on, what should I do?

what to do if my iPhone 10 does not turn on anymore

Nowadays, our phone is an integral part of our life. A means of communication, but also a diary, data backup, camera or even a means of information, it is useful to us in every aspect of our daily life. So when it has a failure that prevents us from using it, we are quickly confused. Unfortunately, one of the concerns frequently encountered on the iPhone 10 is that of not turning on overnight. Then, what to do when your iPhone 10 no longer turns on? To get started, learn the solutions to fix the problem yourself. Solutions that will certainly save you time! And if that doesn't work, learn what to do if your iPhone 10 doesn't turn on again.

Problems and solutions when an iPhone 10 no longer turns on

De many problems can prevent your iPhone 10 from turning on. Luckily, certain manipulations will make it possible to bring it back to life easily and without outside help. So, follow in order the different instructions presented below to try to turn your device back on.

Reset your iPhone

First of all, when your iPhone 10 no longer turns on, try to reset it. To do this, it will be necessary to carry out a force restart which often allows fix minor iOS issues. This manipulation is also to be done even if the keys and the screen do not respond.

To reset your smartphone, nothing could be simpler:

  1. Briefly press the volume up button.
  2. Then successively, briefly press the volume down button.
  3. Then press and hold the On / Off button on your phone until the Apple logo appears.
  4. Let the device restart.

If nothing happens and your iPhone 10 does not turn on, go to the next steps.

Check the charging process of your iPhone 10

It is highly probable that your iPhone 10 no longer turns on due to a malfunction in the charging process. To check this, several manipulations can be done.

First of all, put on prolonged load your device, for about 1 hour. Indeed, a used or completely discharged battery will take several minutes to start charging. Afterwards, several reactions of your iPhone 10 can follow :

  • If the charging screen lights up and your phone is charging, leave it plugged in until fully charged. Then check that your battery does not discharge too quickly and the state of wear of your battery.
  • If the charging screen does not light up, and no sign of life is emitted from your iPhone 10, it is very likely that a component of the phone is defective.
  • If the charging screen says you need to plug in your phone even though it is already plugged in, it is probably a malfunction in the charging process. In this precise case, your iPhone 10 no longer charges and therefore no longer turns on.

If you are in one of the last two cases, follow the steps below to try to turn your iPhone 10 back on:

  1. Connect your device with another power cable or AC adapter.
  2. Plug your device into a different wall outlet.
  3. Gently clean your iPhone 10's Lightning port, then plug your phone back in.
  4. Plug in another iPhone with your charger, to make sure the problem isn't with your Lightning port.

Restore your iPhone 10

what to do when your iphone 10 stops responding

Finally, when your iPhone 10 no longer responds, You can restore. This will allow remove all bugs and malfunctions related to iOS software, which sometimes can prevent your smartphone from restarting.

Two different operations depending on the state of your phone allow you to restore your phone: the normal method et the DFU method.

  • If your iPhone 10 gives signs of life (Apple logo that lights up, red or blue screen that appears, sounds or vibrations, etc.), we recommend that youuse the normal restore method to recover your iPhone 10. Here is the procedure to follow:
    1. Connect your device to your computer (it must have iTunes)
    2. Short press volume + button and then short press volume - button
    3. Then press and hold the On / Off button until a recovery message appears on your computer screen
    4. In the window that opened, select the “Update” option. This will reset the software without erasing your data.
    5. If the "soft" update does not give any results, repeat steps 2 and 3. This time select the "Restore" option. Important warning: this option resets your iPhone 10 to factory settings and therefore erases all your data. If you have not made a backup of your phone, we do not recommend this manipulation.
  • If your iPhone 10 is not giving any life signals, and does not light up at all, you must use DFU recovery method. This operation allows a factory restore which therefore results in the deletion of all your data. It is not recommended if you have not made a backup of your phone. Here is the DFU approach:
    1. Connect your device to your computer
    2. Short press volume + button and then short press volume - button
    3. Then press and hold the On / Off button until a recovery message appears on your computer screen
    4. Click on "Ok" to restore your iPhone 10. Be careful, this method deletes all of your data.

When despite everything your iPhone 10 does not work, the problem cannot be solved by your hands. You will then have to call a external service.

What to do when despite everything your iPhone 10 no longer responds?

When your iPhone 10 no longer turns on, it can be a software or hardware problem. In both cases, the problem may be complex to resolve and require support for your device. Several options may then be available to you.

First of all, make sure your iPhone 10 is no longer under warranty. Also make sure that you have not subscribed to a provident insurance when purchasing it. In both cases, and depending on the terms of the contract, taking charge of your iPhone may not incur any costs on your part. Note: this is only valid in the event that the malfunction of your telephone is due to a manufacturing defect or that the insurance guarantees you coverage even in the event of a malfunction related to your use (shocks, phone that has taken the 'water etc).

If this option is not viable, unfortunately you will have to go through repair service.

You can then call on Apple Support or go directly to an Apple Store. If you bought your iPhone 10 from a independent supplier (store or online store), you can contact them to inquire about their service policy. Indeed, their service is sometimes cheaper than that of Apple.

Finally, you can go to a shop specializing in electronics repair. However, be vigilant with the quality of service and the components they offer if the repair requires a change of parts.

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