How to Fix Reboot Loop on iPhone 6s/6 after iOS 9.3.2 Upgrade
"After updating from iOS 9.3.1 to iOS 9.3.2, the system stuck at boot screen and can't enter the system. Is there way to get my iPhone 6s out of reboot loop?"
- Apple Community
iPhone 6s/6 was stuck in continuous reboot loop after iOS 9.3.2 upgrade? Apple released iOS 9.3.2 that fixes a handful of minor bugs. Most user have upgraded to iOS 9.3.2 smoothly but some user unfortunately got stuck in continuous reboot loop after the update. Previously, Apple has also experienced similar reboot issues with iPhone when update iOS to a new version. In this article, we list the top 3 ways to fix iPhone 6s/6 endless reboot loop after updating to iOS 9.3.2 which have proved to be useful by thousands of users have the reboot loop stuck issue previously or currently.
- Top 1: Hard Reset Your iPhone 6s/6
- Top 2: Fix iOS 9.3.2 Reboot Loop on iPhone 6s/6 with Recovery Mode
- Top 3: Fix iPhone 6s/6 Stuck in Endless Reboot Loop with DFU Mode
Whenever your iPhone gets stuck in endless reboot loop or any other stuck issues like Apple logo stuck, recovery mode stuck ,DFU mode stuck, the easiest and first way to fix it is hard resetting it.
- Press both the Power and Home buttons and hold them down.
- Keep holding both buttons down until you see the Apple logo appears on the screen.
- After the Apple logo appears, your iPhone or iPad will boot back up normally.
When your iPhone goes wrong like freezing, getting stuck in reboot loop, iTunes recovery mode is a useful troubleshooting step to fix it. Tenorshare iCareFone (iPhone Care Pro) is best iOS system repair tool to repair iPhone 6s/6 stuck on reboot loop without data loss by entering and exiting recovery mode.
- Run Tenorshare iCareFone (iPhone Care Pro) after installing. Connect your iPhone with your computer and select Fix iOS Stuck on the menu.
- Click the button "Enter Recovery Mode" to put your iPhone into recovery mode. When you see your iPhone displaying the classic USB to iTunes logo (recovery mode), Click the button "Exit Recovery Mode" to reboot your device to normal state.
Finally, if methods above don't work for you can try to put your device to DFU mode and factory restore it with iTunes. Noted that is this way all data stored on your iPhone will be erased.
- Run iTunes. Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your computer via USB.
- Now on your iOS device, hold down the Power and Home buttons together for exactly 10 seconds till the screen goes black.
- Let go of the Power button and keep on holding the Home button till you see the following message on iTunes. Click "OK" to factory restore your iPhone.
Hope these 3 methods can get your iPhone 6s/6 out of reboot loop after iOS 9.3.2 update. Moreover, if these 3 ways don't work, Tenorshare iCareFone (iPhone Care Pro) offers you an option to fix iPhone stuck on boot loop by repairing operating system.