How to Solve iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR Keeps Restarting Issue

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Fixing the restarting issue on your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR is quite easy and there are different methods you can use to do this. However, the best and most recommended way to fix this is to take your iPhone to the nearest Apple Store and get it fixed or replaced.

If your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR is still under the Apple Care cover, then you have nothing to worry. If you’re not sure whether your device is still under the Apple Care, you can visit the Apple Support Page to find out. There you need to enter the serial number of your iPhone and you will be notified on whether you are still under the plan or not.

One good thing about the Apple Care is that you can it helps you save money on fixing your device. However, ig your iPhone is longer under Apple Care, you should first try out the methods listed below.

How to Solve iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR Keeps Restarting Issue

Enable/Disable Cellular Network

Your iPhone may be restarting as a result of an issue with the cellular data. You can easily fix this by going to the Cellular screen in the Settings app, tap on Cellular Data and then toggle the switch off and then back on. You can also go to the Apple Support Page to get more information on how to fix this.

Faulty App

A faulty app might be the cause of this issue on your iPhone. To fix this reboot your iPhone and then sync to iTunes. If it still doesn’t work, you should try restoring your iPhone. More on that in the next step.

Restore Your iPhone

Another method you can use to fix this issue on your iPhone is restoring your iPhone. This might seem easy but can turn out to be quite difficult if your device keeps restarting every minute or two. Follow the steps below to restart your device.

  1. Press and hold down the Power and Home keys at the same time. Press them down until the screen goes blank.
  2. Try connecting your iPhone to iTunes and then Apple will identify your device in the recovery mode,
  3. Here, you can proceed to restore your iPhone.

If after trying the steps above the issue still isn’t fixed, you should visit the closest Apple Store.

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