Despite Apple launched the brand new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus and iPhone X this September, I believe quite a number of you still use the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus like me. After a long time using, your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus would be problematic, such as button failure, white screen or black screen. The most familiar condition you may met would be the white screen.
Normally, there are two main reasons lead to the white screen. One is failed software update or jailbreak, the other is hardware problem. Then how to fix your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus white screen when you are in this situation? There are a couple of steps you can do to solve the problem.
Three Fingers Tap
Try using three fingers at the same time and double tap the screen. It may won’t work out in many cases, but it’s the easiest step you can have a try.
When you meet white screen means you can’t access the settings, what you can do is limited. Last time I failed to connect my iPhone 6 to iTools, cause you must to confirm on your iPhone 6 at first while nothing on the screen. Then you need a more powerful restart named hard reset without losing your data. Press the home button and wake/sleep button in the meantime and keep holding buttons for about 10 seconds, or until the screen flashes and Apple logo comes out. Once the logo appears, let go of the buttons and start up your iPhone normally.
If press the home button and wake/sleep button simultaneously doesn’t work out, try press home button, wake/sleep button and volume up button at the same time, and do the same operation.
Connect to iTunes
Your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus can’t connect to iTools doesn’t mean it also can’t connect to iTunes. If either of these two options worked, you can try to connect your iPhone to iTunes. Make sure your iTunes is the latest version:
1.Connect your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus to iTunes.
2.Hold down home button and wake/sleep button for about 10 seconds, let go of the wake/sleep button and keep pressing the home button for another 5 seconds or so. You will find that your iPhone is able to connect to iTunes at that moment.
3.Then iTunes shows two options for you to choose: check for update and restores iPhone. In my opinion, you can click the check for update at first, this selection will save your data. If it doesn’t work, then you have to click restore iPhone.
4.Different selection comes out different popup box, just click update or restore. iTunes will update or download software for your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus.
If you still have the problem after tried these three steps, that’s the issue you can’t fix. You’d better contact Apple to support for the purpose of hard disk safety.