An iPhone stuck on the Apple Logo with progress bar or loading bar is a quite common problem. The problem can occur when you update your iOS version to iOS 11/12 or the new software iOS 13. Sometimes, it also happens when you restore your iPhone. The good news is, such problems like iPhone update bar not moving or your iPhone stuck on Apple Logo with loading bar after restoring can be fixed with the methods mentioned this article.
3 Ways to Fix iPhone Stuck on the Apple Logo with Progress Bar
1. Basic Troubleshooting Options to Fix iPhone Stuck on Update Bar
Sometimes the progress bar can be moving so slowly that it seems like the progress bar is not moving at all. The progress bar is an indication an installation process such as a software update, and the number and size of files can affect the progress bar. It will look like that your iPhone is stuck on Apple logo with loading bar if you have lots of data on your phone.
Therefore it may be a good idea to connect the device to a power source and leave it there for longer time so that it won't run out of power while the process completes. If the progress bar remains on the screen for too long (a few hours) you may need a more comprehensive solution.
2. Fix iPhone Stuck on Apple Logo with Progress Bar via a 3rd-Party Tool
If your iPhone never bypass the Apple logo with loading bar after several hours, then it cannot finish the process by itself. You will need a system repair tool because your iOS is not installed properly. For this purpose we recommend that you use iMyFone Fixppo iOS repair tool which is a comprehensive solution that can help you fix all issues that may be affecting your iOS system (iOS 12/13 included). The best feature of it is all the data on your device will be kept after the fix. It is quite easy to use and highly effective in system repair, allowing you to have your device working normally in just a few minutes.
The following is a step by step solution to help you use the iOS repair tool to get your device out of the Apple Logo with loading bar. Begin by downloading and installing the program to your computer. Launch it. Before clicking on any of the three modes displayed, connect the iPhone to the computer.
Step 1: Select the "Standard Mode" and the program will prompt you to put the device in DFU mode. Click "Start" and then follow the on-screen instructions to put the device in DFU mode. If you are unable to put the device in DFU mode, the program will guide you to put it in Recovery mode. This is to use
Step 2: Once the device is in recovery mode or DFU mode, the next step is to download the firmware that corresponds with your device. The program will show you all the versions of firmware. Simply choose a version and click "Download" to download the firmware.
Step 3: Once the firmware download is complete, click "Start to Fix" and the program will begin fixing the device. The whole process will take no more than a few minutes and your device will be back to normal. All your data will be kept.
It cannot only fix the iPhone stuck on Apple logo with loading bar (also known as update bar or progress bar), but also repair the devices stuck on the Apple Logo, black/white screen and even a device that is stuck in DFU mode. For its positive results, it wins good feedback from users. If you have the same problem, download Fixppo to have a try now.
3. Use iTunes to Fix iPhone Update Bar Not Moving
Another way to fix the iPhone stuck on update bar (even when you are updating to iOS 13) is to put it in DFU mode and restore it via iTunes. This will erase everything on your iPhone. Please think twice before you try this method. The following is how to do it.
Step 1: Connect the iPhone to the Computer and launch iTunes.
Step 2: Turn off the iPhone. Press and hold down the Sleep/Wake button and the Home (Volume for iPhone 7) together for about 10 seconds. (If you see the Apple Logo, you've been holding them for too long.)
Step 3: Let go of the Sleep/Wake button but keep holding the Home (Volume) button for another 5 seconds. (If you see the "Connect to iTunes" icon, you've held on for too long and need to start again.)
Step 4: A black screen indicates the device is in DFU mode. Click "Restore" to restore your iPhone to factory settings when prompted in iTunes. After the process is complete, the device should be back to normal.
If you don't want to lose your data, we recommend that you use iMyFone Fixppo (all iOS versions and even iOS 13 are supported). It applies different technology from iTunes so that it can avoid many iTunes errors. If you know any other solutions to fix iPhone update/loading/progress bar not moving, please leave a comment below.