In this case, press the volume up button for half a second. Then, sultalo and press the volume down another half second. Again, release this and press, and hold, the power button on your phone. After this you will have to see a few seconds later how Apple appears in the panel. It is now when you have to release the power button and let your iPhone come back to life.
Restore your iPhone to factory settings
If despite having tried this your iPhone continues with the black screen, you will have no choice but to restore it to factory settings. The problem is that with this operation you lose all the data and files that you have stored in the terminal, if you have not previously saved a backup. To restore your iPhone to factory settings follow these steps:
- Put the iPhone in DFU mode. To do this, press the start and power buttons at the same time until you see the Apple logo. When you exit, release the power button but press and hold the start button until you see the iTunes symbol and a USB cable on the screen.
- Then open iTunes and connect your iPhone to the computer. iTunes will have to detect the iPhone in restoration mode and communicate it.
- Now, follow the instructions on the iTunes screen to finish the restoration process.
It is a very simple method, which does not take more than a few minutes and, possibly, to bring your iPhone back to life. In any case, if none of the above tips work for you, you only have to get in touch (now if) with Apple. If you live in Spain you can call toll free 900812703 to tell them your problem. They will tell you how to proceed and how to send your device for repair. If you do not live in Spain, you can check here the Apple customer service numbers worldwide. And if you live in a city where there is an Apple Store, we recommend that you take it directly there so that a company worker looks at it and tells you what the solution to your problem may be.
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