Most people agree that the Apple iPhone is a significantly invention in the human history. As time goes by, iPhone has become more and more famous. At the same time, as the smart phone system software, Apple iOS is no doubt to be a well-known software by all iOS users. When the iPhone and iOS update, some users choose to update their iOS system as soon as possible and hope to be the first batch of persons who experience it. However, they also have to accept some bugs in it, such as restart during iOS data But now you don’t need to worry about it too much. In this article we will talk about how to fix iPhone 7 restart during iOS software update. Take it easy and have a coffee to read it.
Why your iPhone 7 keep restarting during iOS update? Sometimes it is caused by the iOS software. You had better not interrupt the software update in your iPhone. You had better not power cut of your iPhone 7. This is the basic requirements to you. And other reasons are not be proved, so we just guess them.
Although iPhone 7 and its companion iPhone 7 Plus could be the most highly-anticipated iPhone by all Apple fans, it is also a kind of new smart phone, and there are still some imperfect parts in it, there are still some unexpected bugs in it. In that circumstance, we need a method or a tool to help us out of the trouble. Well, Tenorshare ReiBoot or iCareFone maybe your life saver.
What to do when your iPhone 7 keeps restarting loop during iOS 10 update? Here you can use Tenorshare ReiBoot to fix all the problems. This is a freeware that is able to let your iPhone, iPad or iPod enter or exit recovery mode. There are Windows and Mac versions on this program, so you are able to choose one based on your situation. It is quite easy to use, just one click to enter or exit recovery mode.
The brief steps about how to use ReiBoot are as below:
Step 1: Download ReiBoot from official website or other software download center like CNET. Then install it to your computer. If it is Windows PC, download ReiBoot for Windows; if Mac, download ReiBoot for Mac.
Step 2: Open and launch this freeware and then you can see the simple user interface of it. There are only 2 buttons, one is “Enter Recover Mode” and the other is “Exit Recovery Mode”.
Step 3: Click “Enter Recovery Mode” to let your iPhone 7 enter recovery mode. Then your iPhone will appear with an Apple or iTunes logo with black screen. After that, click “Exit Recovery Mode” to let it exit recovery mode, then your iPhone 7 will be in normal use.
Note: If to enter and exit iPhone recovery mode can’t solve your problem, you can use iCareFone to fix all iOS stuck. Tenorshare iCareFone is able to manager files, cleanup cache or junk files, remove ads, fix iOS stuck and repair system.