How to Fix iPhone 6 Blue Screen of Death
Recently, some iPhone 6 users indicated that there was a blue screen of death when they are using an App on your iPhone the screen turns blue in a sudden and then the iPhone reboots. There are so many reasons why it could be happening including damaged hardware, a failed iOS update or other problems. Today our Phonefix shop team will tell you how to fix this problem.

In fact, software problems and hardware, or water damage can cause iPhone blue screen crashes.

If you have encountered this problem, the easiest thing is to wait until the iPhone's battery is exhausted and recharged. If it works, you will see the charging indicator appear on the device and the iPhone blue screen disappears. If the issue cannot be fixed, please try the next solution.

1. Update iOS

Sometimes we are in the process of booting, or blue screen, then we can try the following steps.

Open iTunes on your computer and connect your device to your computer with the iPhone's data cable.

After connecting, press and hold the iPhone power button and HOME button to force a restart until the Apple white LOGO logo appears on the screen. Release your finger until the screen appears in the Restore or Update Options window.

When the computer desktop appears, such as the update reminder window, click the update button in the lower right corner, then iTunes will reinstall the iOS system on the device.

At this time, iTunes will download and update the iOS system. It usually takes about five minutes. If the download time exceeds fifteen minutes, the system will automatically exit the recovery mode. Then repeat the above steps until the device system. Download the update and turn it on.

2. Forced restart to fix iPhone blue screen

When there is a problem with your iPhone's screen or iPad's screen, forcing a reboot to resolve the issue is the basic method you can try. It can be said that this is the easiest way to help you repair the iPhone blue screen or the iPad blue screen without risk.

To restart the iPhone, simply press and hold the Home button and the power button. Keep pressing and holding, when you see the Apple logo on the screen, you can release both buttons.

3. Update to the latest software

If the blue screen problem occurs intermittently, you must update the iPhone's iOS version to the latest version, so you can get a new, must-have iOS version, a solution that may have problems. To do so, go to Settings > General > Software Updates > Install Now. When you do this, make sure you are connected to the Internet.

4. Hardware is damaged, then you need to replace the screen of iPhone 6 as follows:

First, the phone is turned off. We use a screwdriver to remove all the screws. After removing the screws, pay attention to the position of the screws. Do not lose them.

Use the small suction cup to open the screen. It is important to note that the iPhone 6's screen is located at the top of the main camera and is connected by the cable on the motherboard. We only need to gently lift the cable to separate the screen from the host.

We can see that there are 4 layers of cable. When you uncover it, be careful. In order, layer by layer, the action should be light and the metal structure cannot be destroyed. Then take out the new screen and connect the cable to the host layer by layer.

Finally, test whether the new iPhone screen works. If it works, we will remove the home button on the old screen, connect it to the new screen, then assemble the screen and install the screws.

When your iPhone has a blue screen, you should try to fix it using the soft solution on this page.

Hope the above method will help you. If you have other questions about iPhone, please leave a message in the comments. If you have any questions, please contact us at www.vipprogrammer.com.

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