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Apple iPhone 11 Won’t Turn on And Died That Doesn’t Respond With Black Screen

Is your Iphone 11 won’t turn on and suddenly gone away in black screen or Won’t Charge. Find the perfect solution for your case. Here are the five solutions that Apple is recommended and works on our iPhone techie guys in our team. First case people are facing issues after not used since couple of week and Not Charged the Secondary iPhone. Number two case people are Unable to charge iPhone 11 and Turning off that showing black screen only also Doesn’t respond side button and it’s completely dead. Third Case people affecting the issues of My iPhone 11 Won’t turn on after iOS update or install third-party app, So iPhone 11 restarting boot loop again and again on App launch or Unlock the iPhone.

if Any of the solution not helpful for you, then you should send your iPhone to service center. That apple company will officially diagnose the black screen problem that happens with your iPhone.

Solution 1: Power Charge your iPhone in Right Way

Your iPhone 11 has not enough power in your iPhone battery so that can start itself after long days dead conditions. Now the first requirement is that supply the power to your iPhone using Apple original Lightning cable that fills the power in short time [25 to 30 Minutes] after plugged into the socket, without damage iPhone in a short time your iPhone will wakeup itself. The image below shows that your iPhone is in connection with power and charging the battery. Sometimes faulty or Broken Lightning cable is doing disconnect the process like Update, Restore, Charging.

Fix iPhone 11 Charging issues and Won't turn on
Fix iPhone 11 Charging issues and Won’t turn on

Then follow the next solution. That process is Soft Turn on or Hard Reboot.

Solution 2: Keep your iPhone connected with Charging  Cable and Try Hard Reboot

Hard Reboot is simple techniques that we can try on any Smartphone. So Hard Reboot fixes the software issues and Clean up all Process cache, That Gives fresh startup. after that, we can take different actions like the App and iOS update, Restore or delete app that causing the issues of Not turning on iPhone.

To Hard Reboot your iPhone use Three Keys combinations, Volume Up button, Volume Down button and Side/Power Button.

  • First Quickly Press and Release the Volume Up button.
  • After that Quickly Press and Release the volume down button.
  • Finally press and Hold on Side/Power button only until your iPhone show the startup apple logo on the iPhone 11 screen.

After reboot, Unlock the screen using passcode to authorise access [Face ID or Touch ID will not work after your iPhone restart or Reboot]

Solution 3: Restore iPhone in Recovery mode

install iOS in Recovery Mode will erase the device and install new iOS setup file that’s bug free and repair existing folder system that disturb file system that was affected with the Third-Party apps. So you are facing the issues like Battery Drain too fast, Crashing App, and your iPhone Rebooting itself. After few days this process internally damage your device as well.

For the Devloper and public beta iOS users, Apple Not recommending to install Publick or Developer iOS version on your primary device, because you might lost the device after internal hardware damage is few days.

Here’s the process to install iOS 13 in Recovery mode

Restoring process is different for different MacOS version and PC right now. Because Apple Remove iTunes support on MacOS catalina or later MacOS. Earlier MacOS and windows PC users can use iTunes to Restore iPhone/iPad.

  1. Use Finder or iTunes depend on your OS and System.
  2. >Open Finder on MacOS catalina or Later MacOS On Mac
    >Open Lateset Version of iTunes on Mac or Window.
  3. Connect your iPhone 11 to Mac or PC using Original Apple Lightning cable.
  4. After that Unlock your iPhone to Show iPhone on Finder Sidebar or iTunes.
  5. Click on Device that showing in Finder Sidebar or iTunes device.
  6. Now on Device Summary page, Options and Design are same for Finder or iTunes users.

Put iPhone 11 in recovery mode to restore, Use iPhone’s side buttons combinations, Use Volume Up, Volume Down button and side button.

  • First Quickly Press and Release Volume Up Button.
  • Then, Quickly press and Release Volume down button.
  • After that Only Press and hold Side/Power button until iPhone show the Apple Lightning cable with Desktop/iTunes logo on screen. at the same time your Mac Finder/iTunes says in a popup that your iPhone is in recovery mode.

Poup has two option first is update and second is restore. Second Restore button erase the device complately [You will lose all data and Restore Backup after that using Backup if you have taken earlier].

Update option in recovery mode update iOS device only, That will not erase the data. use this option if you know that your iPhone 11 is affected with Outdate iOS version, and Apple Release new update for bug fix but your iPhone can’t install.

Backup and Restore iPhone Using Finder/ Follow the same for iTunes [Reinstall iOS]

Solution 4: How Apple Can Help! & We Are After iPhone 11 Won’t turning on

Apple Says customer satisfaction is awesome, Because apple Gives free replacement and repair service at apple store. Before that you can also ask at online Chat or mail. Free Phone call at service center is also phenomenal, To raise your ticket online Apple Customer agent will ask Serial number of your device, Current OS Version and Total Duration that affected the problem. Along with the apple help, You can also submit the problem with us at here, Fillup the few details about your device and your location that we analyze from our end, we be back soon with proper suggestion and solutions.

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