How to fix the blue screen of death in iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad

Not many people have heard of the blue screen of death on the iPhone. The problem started from the iPhone 5 and now extends through the iPhone 6 and 6s.

Weve all experienced or seen the white screen or the black screen before, right? The blue screen of death usually occurs on Windows 10 and other operating systems, so there is no exact solution to this problem on the Apple iPhone. The company has released one or two firmware updates to solve the problem, but it wont last long until iPhone users see it again thanks to the infinite boot loop.

Although there is no exact solution to this problem, we have found some possible solutions that you can try.


For problems that cannot be solved through the Configuration application, I generally seek help in recovery mode. Some of you may be scared by the term, but its no big deal. Im sorry you were put into this mode by accident, but this time, it will be your friend.

Step 1: download ReiBoot , a free Tenorshare tool

Step 2: Open the software and connect your iPhone to the computer

Step 3: Once ReiBoot detects your device, click on the Enter Recovery Mode button

Step 4: Wait a few minutes and your device should be off, and now you will see a cable and iTunes icon on the device

Step 5: Return to the software and click on Exit Recovery Mode

Again, wait 2 minutes for your iPhone to reboot. The blue screen of death should disappear now. I suggest you keep this tool in case something happens in the future that you cannot solve inside the device.

Force reboot your iPhone

If you dont have access to a computer or dont want to get involved with any tools, there is another simple way to solve this problem. Press and hold the Power + Start button at the same time, hold it for 10 seconds or until you see the Apple logo. This has reportedly helped many users to quickly get off the blue screen in iOS.

The blue screen of death (BSOD) on the iPhone sometimes appears in the middle of an update, a degradation, caused by corrupt applications, or simply when the device is booted. Hopefully, one of the previously published solutions will help you get your iPhone or iPad back to normal.

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