Fixing iPhone 12 Stuck on Apple Logo Screen (5 Ways)

Has your iPhone 12 got stuck on the Apple logo screen when you turn it on or off? Or your iPhone often freezes when you use it or after a software update?

Well, you’re not alone in this because the problem of the iPhone getting stuck on the Apple logo screen is more common than you think. Hence, in this post, we will explore five possible ways to remedy the problem.

Frequently Asked Questions
1. How common is this problem?

It is more common than you may think. Sometimes your iPhone gets stuck on the Apple logo when you try to turn it on. Also, your screen may freeze or get stuck for no reason while on the home screen or when you’re trying to access Siri.

2. What causes this problem to occur?

The reasons vary from case to case. It could be a problem with your iPhones battery or an error occurring from the incorrect installation of a certain app.

3. How do you fix when iPhone 12 screen freezes?

One of the simplest ways is to restart the phone. This method usually works, but if it does not, you can try using a 3rd-party app like Tenorshare ReiBoot.

1. Try doing a Force Restart

Having trouble with your iPhone because the screen is freezing? Doing a force restart might just be the solution. To do this, follow these easy steps.


  1. Press the volume up button once, then release it.
  2. Repeat the same for the volume down button.
  3. Press and hold the side button.
  4. When the Apple logo appears, release the side button.
  5. force restart iPhone

Read also: How to Force-restart or Reboot an iPhone

2. Use iTunes’ Recovery Mode

Recovery Mode is usually used to troubleshoot glitches in iOS or the apps on your device. It updates the devices to a newer version if required or restores them to their previous working version.

Here’s how to use the Recovery Mode method to fix the problem on your iPhone 12.


  1. Install iTunes on your PC or Mac if you are running macOS Mojave or earlier. Else, connect your iPhone 12 to your computer using the Finder app.
  2. Press both the volume up and volume down buttons on your iPhone to enter Recovery Mode. Keep holding the side button as soon as your iPhone 12 connects to iTunes.
  3. hold side button
  4. Select Update from the menu. You can choose to restore if updating does not work.
  5. iTunes restore

3. Restore iPhone in DFU Mode

Do note that if you fix it via the Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) mode, all existing data on your phone will be lost. To put an iPhone 12 in DFU mode, do the following.


  1. Launch iTunes on your computer and connect your iPhone.
  2. Press and release the volume up key, then do the same for the volume down key.
  3. Then hold down the side key until the screen blacks out (do not let go).
  4. Hold the volume down key and release the power key after 5-10 seconds until you see a dialogue box stating, “iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.”
  5. go to DFU mode
  6. Click “OK” to continue

4. Fix with Tenorshare ReiBoot App

Tenorshare ReiBoot is a professional system repair software for fixing common iOS problems, including a stuck iPhone screen. The app can also fix most iPhone problems without data loss. Here’s how to get your iPhone fixed with Tenorshare ReiBoot.


  1. Download and install Tenorshare ReiBoot. Click the Start button to begin.
  2. click start
  3. On the next screen, click “Standard Repair”.
  4. standard repair
  5. Your phone’s specs and the latest firmware required will be displayed. Click Download to begin downloading the latest firmware package.
  6. download
  7. Now, on the next screen, click “Start Standard Repair” to initiate the repair process. This may take a while.
  8. standard repair
  9. If you see “Standard Repair Completed”, that means the phone is successfully fixed, and the app will now automatically restart the phone.
  10. done

Heres a video tutorial for reference.

5. Get Help from Apple Support

If you still have no luck with all methods mentioned above, then the last resort would be contacting Apple support.

Visit the official Apple support page, and seek help from their support via phone, chat, or even set up an appointment to bring your iPhone down to the nearest store in your area for assessment and repair.

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