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iPhones no longer turn on after iOS update: Here's what goes wrong and how to fix it

iPhones no longer turn on after iOS update: Here's what goes wrong and how to fix it

The new beta version of iOS released by Apple this week, iOS 17.3 beta 2, appears to be causing some iPhones to freeze. Therefore, Apple decided to withdraw the update. There is also a solution if your iPhone is suffering from this problem.

several iPhone users After downloading the latest beta version of iOS, they discover that their iPhone is stuck in a so-called Bootloop. This is the case where the iPhone tries to turn on but never reaches the home screen. Instead, the phone turns itself off again and tries to restart. This makes it unusable.

a reason

Become forecast It's the “Tap Back” feature — which lets you perform an action by tapping on the back of your iPhone — that's causing this issue.

However, it is not entirely clear whether this is the problem or the only reason, because some users who had the function turned off also encountered problems. The update caused problems for iPhone 12 to iPhone 15 phones.

Recovery mode

Apple has now decided to pull the update and He confirms on his website This is because a small number of devices are no longer working. The company also mentions the solution if your iPhone ends up in this condition.

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You can reinstall an older iOS version, such as 17.3 beta 1, via your iPhone's recovery mode. Enters this mode By connecting your iPhone to your computer, briefly press the Volume Up button, then the Volume Down button, then press and hold the Power button. Unfortunately, unless you make a backup, you may lose some of your data in the process.

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