One of the most common problems you may encounter on your iPhone is usually an iPhone being stuck on the Apple Logo or stuck on an Apple logo loop. The main issue with this problem is that you are completely unable to use the device and hence fixing it can be quite a challenge unless you have the right know-how.

There are some different solutions to this problem. Although many claims they can help you get your device working normally again, some are not effective at all and some may even result in data loss. If your iPhone (including the old models like iPhone 5S, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4) is stuck on the Apple logo loop or your iPhone loops Apple logo, this article will help. We will provide you with 3 effective solutions to get your iPhone out of the Apple logo loop. The solutions also work for the devices running iOS 14/13/12/11.4, also.

iPhone apple logo loop

1. Get iPhone out of Apple Logo Loop without Losing Data

If you had recent data on your device that you had yet to include in an iTunes backup, you must find a solution that can keep your data unaffected. There are 2 ways to fix your iPhone stuck on Apple logo loop and reserve the data on your device. One is to use a tool to fix the problem, the other way is to force restart your iPhone. The tool is more efficient than force restarting, but force restarting is easier to operate. You can choose according to your needs.

1.1. Fix iOS Glitches to Bypass Apple Logo Loop - Supports iOS 14/12/11 (Recommended)

The powerful iOS repair tool - iMyFone Fixppo is a solution that guarantees zero data loss. There are serval reasons why you have to choose this option. They include the following:

  • Fix All iOS Issues. It applies its exclusive technology to fix all iOS problems such as iPhone stuck on Apple logo, recovery mode and so on. Even the problem that iTunes restore doesn't resolve can be fixed by this tool.
  • Easy to Use. A simple process guarantees that your device will be back to normal with several clicks.
  • Full Compatibility. It is compatible with all iOS devices and iOS versions including iPhone 11/XR/XS (Max) and iOS 14/13/12/11.4.
  • 100% Safe. No plug-in and virus. The interface and steps are very user-friendly.

Windows version    Mac version

The following is a simple step by step tutorial to demonstrate how easy it is to fix your device using this iOS repair tool. Download and install the program to your computer and then follow these steps to get your device out of the Apple Logo Loop.

Step 1. Launch the program and from the main window, choose "Standard Mode".

choose Standard Mode

Step 2. Connect the device to the computer using USB cables. Follow the instruction to put your device into DFU mode or Recovery mode.

enter DFU Mode under Standard Mode

Step 3. To be able to fix a faulty operating system., the program needs to download a firmware for your device. The program will provide all the suitable firmware for your device, all you have to do is to choose a version you like and click "Download" to begin the download process.

download firmware under Standard Mode

Step 4. Once the firmware is download, click "Start to Fix". Fixppo will automatically begin repairing the iOS system. It will just take a few minutes to finish the process.

finished fixing your device

A few minutes later, the device will restart in normal mode. This program is highly praised by users. You can now download iMyFone Fixppo to exit the iPhone Apple logo loop.

user's feedback

Windows version    Mac version

1.2. Force Restart iPhone to Fix iPhone Apple Logo Loop

Force restarting your iPhone is a quick and efficient way to resolve several iOS related issues including the iPhone Apple logo loop. Depending upon the various iPhone models, we have shown the different steps to perform a force restart on your iPhone.

  • iPhone 6 or older models

Press the 'Home' button along with the 'Power' button and keep them holding until you get to see the Apple logo on your screen.

hard reboot iPhone 6

  • iPhone 7/7 Plus

Push the 'Power' button along with the 'Volume Down' button and keep holding both of them till you see the Apple logo on your screen.

force restart iPhone 7

  • iPhone 8 or Later

Briefly push the 'Volume Up' button and then the 'Volume Down' button. Lastly, push the 'Power' button and keep it holding until you get to see the Apple logo on your screen.

force restart iPhone X

Some people find the iPhone stuck on the apple logo of death issue is resolved once they have done force restarting. In case it is still not resolved, jump to the next solution then.

3. Restore iPhone using Recovery Mode (Data Lost)

One of the ways to get your device out of the Apple Logo loop is to put it in recovery mode and then restore it from an iTunes backup. There are high chances that your device's firmware may have been glitched due to any recent malfunction, which is why your iPhone's stuck on the Apple logo of death. This solution works very well although it may result in data loss.

First of all, you need to put your iPhone into Recovery mode and restore it using iTunes. After restoring your iPhone to a new one, you can choose to restore an iTunes backup to your iPhone. Some of the data on your device that you had not backup to your computer via iTunes will be lost if you use this method.

Here's how to fix iPhone Apple logo loop using iTunes:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer and open iTunes.

Step 2: You need to follow the aforementioned force reboot steps according to your device model but this time keeps holding the buttons till you see the connect to iTunes screen on your iPhone. If this is not clear for you, learn how to do it.

Step 3: The iPhone will now be in recovery mode and iTunes will confirm it. You will be asked to restore this iPhone. Click "OK" and then "Restore iPhone..." to begin the restore process.

restore iPhone using iTunes

Step 4: When the restoring process finishes, your iPhone will be like a new one. This is when you can set it from a recent backup. Just click "Restore Backup" and then choose a backup you want to restore to your iPhone.

restore iTunes backup to iPhone