The iPhone 11 series came out with astonishing innovations and upgrades, but it also came with a number of unexpected issues and a logo-crashing device error is one of them, so doing to fix this Apple iPhone error? You will find the answer in the article on how to fix iPhone 11 Pro Max with the following logo stuck.
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max New comes with iOS 13 is already installed and by the time you own 1 of these 3 phones, Apple has released other updates. Sometimes these updates can cause system problems and fail to update applications. One of the common problems that users are experiencing is that the iPhone 11 Pro Max has the Apple logo hang or the white screen error. And here are some workarounds you can do on your own.
How to fix iPhone 11 Pro Max stuck logo
Table of Contents:
1. Force iPhone to reboot.
2. Try recovery mode.
3. Use DFU mode.
4. Install the updates.
Fixed iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max with Apple logo hanging
1. Force iPhone to reboot
This is the simplest method to fix 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max errors with Apple logo hanging. Follow these steps to force your phone to reboot:
Step 1: Press the volume up button and release the hand. Then, press the volume down button and release the hand.
Step 2: Hold down the power button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
Once done, the iPhone will reboot and you check if the error iPhone 11 Pro Max logo hangs disappear. If that doesn’t work, move on to the second fix.
2. Try recovery mode – Recovery Mode
This is one of the most recommended troubleshooting methods for people who often face problems like these on their iPhones. It will take some time to enter recovery mode on iPhone because you will need a Windows or Mac computer running macOS Mojave and have iTunes installed in it. You do the following:
Step 1: To get started, connect your iPhone to a Windows computer or Mac running macOS Mojave (or an earlier version). Then open iTunes.
Note: If the Mac is running macOS Catalina, the Finder will act as iTunes. Therefore, you open the Finder window and all subsequent steps are similar.
Step 2: Restart iPhone by quickly pressing the volume up and release button. Next, quickly press the volume down button and release. Then, hold down the power button until the phone enters Recovery Mode.
Step 3: You have 2 options:
– Restore: Clear all data on the device and install the latest version of iOS.
– Update iPhone: Update iPhone to the latest version of iOS without deleting any content and settings.
iTunes or Finder will download software for your iPhone. To exit recovery mode, simply hold down the power button until the Recovery Mode screen disappears.
3. Use DFU mode
Using DFU mode is only the recommended solution if restarting the device and Recovery Mode does not solve the error iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max hangs the logo. Like Recovery Mode, you will need to use a computer with iTunes installed. Before you begin, you need to create a backup because sometimes this process will cause data loss.
Step 1: You connect your iPhone to Windows PC or Mac and open iTunes.
Step 2: Quickly press the volume up button and release. Next, quickly press the volume down button and release.
Step 3: Hold down the power button until the screen goes black.
Step 4: Continue to hold the power button and simultaneously press the volume down button. Hold down both buttons for about 5 seconds and release the power button while holding down the volume down button for another 10 seconds.
Step 5: Open iTunes on the computer. Pine iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes will appear. After this notice, you will enter DFU mode and have the option to restore your iPhone.
To exit DFU mode, quickly press the volume up and release. Next, quickly press the volume down button and release. Finally, hold down the power button until the Apple logo appears.
4. Install pending app updates
Choose a safer option by installing all pending application updates. This ensures that no software or malware errors get into your iPhone due to pending application updates. Sometimes these things can make your iPhone faulty and get you in trouble.
To update all pending application updates, open it App Store, touch the icon Profile and go to section Available Updates. Then touch Update All. Finally, you should restart your iPhone so everything is installed and updated correctly.