The iPhone stuck on Apple logo screen is common phenomenon that iDevices users meet in many occasions. You may also come across it during iCloud restore:
“I had a 6s replaced today. Before erasing the phone at the Apple Store, I backed up to iCloud. When I got the new phone, I tried to restore from iCloud. The restore goes through one step and then reboots the phone. Upon reboot, the phone seems to stay stuck at Apple logo screen. I have tried a couple of times, but it seems like it stays stuck at this step.”This situation, preventing you from move forward, makes you frustrated. Now let’s check all possible ways to resolve it.
There are a variety of reasons why your iPhone is freezing up at Apple logo screen. In some cases, the freezing may be due to a hardware issue. In this case, basic troubleshooting process will not be enough to help your iPhone return to its normal working state. One of the best solutions is to use a professional tool, like iPhone Care Pro for Mac, to fix iOS 9.1, 9, 8.4 etc. stuck on Apple logo. This tool is aimed at fixing system issues by entering and exiting recovery mode with one click.
Step 1: Download and install iPhone Care Pro for Mac on your OS X (including EI Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks etc.) laptop.
Step 2: Launch the program, and connect your iPhone 6s to computer via USB cable. Select “Fix iOS Stuck”.
Step 3: Click “Start Now” button to let your iPhone enter recovery mode.
Step 4: After you see iTunes logo on your device, click “Start Now” under Exit Recovery Mode. Then your device will boot up normally.
Alternatively, if you’d like to try to fix it by yourself, please do as the following. If you get luck, you can also fix it by resetting.
Step 1: Press and hold both the Home and the Sleep/Wake buttons simultaneously.
Step 2: When the screen goes black, release both buttons immediately.
Step 3: Then repress the Power button, until the Apple logo pops up, and you can release the Power button.Then your iPhone will be restarted, and it goes back to normal after restarting. If it doesn’t, you can also switch to more advanced solutions, such as iPhone Care Pro for Mac.