[Issue Fixed]iPhone Stuck at the Apple Logo Screen
Part 1: Reasons causing iPhone stuck on the Apple logo screen
1. After upgrading iOS on your iPhone.
2. After jailbreaking your iPhone.
3. After restoring your iPhone from iTunes or iCloud.
4. After having an issue while installing an update or performing a regular restore.
When your iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo screen, it will let you go nowhere but staying on the same Apple logo screen all the time. If you still want to continue using your iPhone, you need to figure out a way to get it done. Next, let's check all possible ways together below.
Part 2: Fix the Apple logo screen issue manually
Usually, you can fix this issue manually by yourself, if there is no other problems with your iPhone. Anyway, this won't do anything harmful to your iPhone. Follow the steps below and do it on your iPhone steps by steps.
Step 1. Press the Power button and the Home button on your iPhone at the same time.
Step 2. When the screen goes black, release both buttons immediately.
Step 3. Then repress the Power button, until the Apple logo pops up, and now you can release the Power button.
After a few seconds, your iPhone will be restarted. If it gets back to normal after restarting, you've fixed the issue now. You also can watch and follow the video guide below, if you like.
Part 3: Fix the issue relying on a tool
Still get your iPhone stuck on the Apple logo screen? You can switch a way now. Try Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS (Mac) or Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS (Windows), which also can bring an iPhone from the Apple logo screen back to normal. All you need to do is to download and install it on your computer, and then save your iPhone's life with one click and no data loss.
Download the free trial version below to have a try.
After downloading and installing the program, run it on your computer. Then connect your iPhone to the computer. If you're using the Windows version, you'll see the window below. Click Restart and your iPhone will return to normal in a few minutes after the restart.
If you use Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS (Mac), you'll see the window below. Click Set Up to restart your iPhone to normal.
No matter which version you choose, you can fix the "iPhone stuck at Apple logo screen" issue with one click. Moreover, both versions of Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS let you recover lost data from your iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS in two ways: directly scan your iPhone and extracting iTunes backup file. If you have such a need, read the guide below.
Part 4: Rescue data on the iPhone stuck on the Apple logo screen
Step 1. Choose a recovery mode
Here's we take the Mac version as an example. First of all, you'll see two kinds of the recovery mode after your iPhone is back to normal and detected by the program. If you want to recover data directly from your iPhone, choose Recover from iOS Device. If you have an iTunes backup, you can choose Recover from iTunes Backup File to extract it.
For iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S users, the program's window will be like this:
For iPhone 4/3GS users, it will be in this way:
Step 2. Scan your iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS
Now, let's choose to Recover from iOS Device. If you use iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S, you only need to click Start Scan to begin scanning your iPhone for lost data on it.
If you use iPhone 4/3GS, it's different. You need to follow the steps below to get into the device's scanning mode to scan your iPhone:
1. Hold your iPhone and click Start.
2. Hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time for exactly 10 seconds.
3. Release the Power button, and keep the Home button pressed, until you're told that you've entered the scanning mode successfully.
Step 3. Preview and recover data from your iPhone
When the scan is finished, you'll get a scan result where all recoverable data found on your iPhone are presented. You can preview all text contents and photos one by one. Then choose whatever you want and click Recover to save them on your computer with one click.
Note: For iPhone 4/3GS users, you can recover deleted camera roll, photo stream, photo library, messages, contacts, call log, notes, calendars, reminders, voice memos and Safari bookmarks. For iPhone 5/4S users, you can recover deleted contacts, call log, messages, reminders, notes, calendars and Safari bookmarks.