Top 3 Ways to Fix Apple Watch Stuck on Apple Logo
"My Apple Watch currently stuck on Apple logo. After the watchOS 3 update, it won't turn on again, just the Apple logo appears and won't go past the Apple logo."
Have you ever run into a situation that your Apple Watch gets stuck on Apple screen after watch OS 3 update or just stuck in infinite loop and won't turn on? Like iPhone, your Apple Watch may also get stuck or not work when there are something goes wrong on it. For iPhone stuck on Apple logo, we usually hard reset or restore it with iTunes. But what we can do to fix Apple Watch stuck on Apple logo? Don't worry! Here is the answer.
Way 1: Force Restart Your Apple Watch
Sometimes your Apple Watch gets stuck may be due software conflicts. You can force restart your Apple Watch if it is stuck just like you can force restart your iPhone.
To force reboot your Apple Watch all you have to do is press the digital crown and the side button simultaneously for up to 10 seconds. Then release both buttons when you see the Apple logo.
Way 2: Turn off Screen Curtain and VoiceOver Mode
If you restart your Apple Watch and see the Apple logo but then the screen goes dark again and you hear a description of what's on the screen you may have accidentally entered the Screen Curtain accessibility mode.
To exit Screen Curtain, do the following: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and Tap General > Accessibility > Voice Over and switch Screen Curtain off and switch VoiceOver off.
Way 3: Reset Apple Watch
If your Apple Watch is encountering deeper software problem and hard restart is not able to fix it, try to erase all content and setting on your device. Here's how you can reset Apple Watch.
Open Settings app, tap General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. Enter the passcode if it prompts and then confirm the operation by pressing "Erase All".
Way 4: Fix Apple Watch Stuck on Apple Logo with Tenorshare ReiBoot
Tenorshare ReiBoot , the best software to fix all kinds of iOS stuck now support to fix Apple Watch (watchOS 3/2) stuck on Apple logo and won't turn on. Simply follow steps below:
- Run Tenorshare ReiBoot on Mac after installing. Connect your Reiboot to Mac via Bluetooth and Tenorshare ReiBoot all recognize your device automatically.
- Click "Fix All iOS Stuck" and then you'll get into the repairing page, press "Repair Now" to go on.
- Click "Download" button to start downloading the firmware package online.
- Once the firmware package is downloaded successfully, click "Start Repair" to repair your Apple Watch. After repairing, your watch will restart normally.
Way 5: Hardware Damage? Contact Apple for Help
If you have tried all the methods above, but your Apple Watch still gets stuck on Apple logo screen, there might be some potential hardware damage. You are not recommended to repair the hardware by yourself. Go to the Apple Store to get it repaired.
I hope these tips can help you fix Apple Watch stuck on Apple logo. If you have any other working fix for this problem, please share it with us and other readers at the comment place.