Is Your iPhone 11 Pro Max Stuck on Apple Logo? How to Fix It

Is your iPhone 11 Pro Max stuck at Apple Logo? Here are a few solutions to get rid of the issue right away! It's quite simple and easy to do. Read on to know how to fix iPhone stuck on the white screen.

Your gorgeous looking iPhone 11 certainly needs attention given the new look & design and if you’ve already got one for yourself, I am sure you’re loving every inch of it. The iPhone 11 series smartphones come with iOS 13 pre-installed in it and by the time you get your hands on it, Apple has already released further iOS system updates. At times, these updates might create system crashes and fails to update apps creating chaos. One of the common problems users facing is their iPhone 11 Pro Max is stuck on Apple Logo or white screen. 

We’ve already fixed this issue for older iPhone models and this reminds us to fix the same issue for the recently launched iPhone 11, 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max as well. In this guide, we will show you how exactly you can fix this issue. 

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How to Fix iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max Stuck on Apple Logo

Sometimes, you can just fix the issue by updating your iPhone to the latest iOS 13 version because that’s where it all starts. But if you’re still unable to solve the issue, follow the below-given tips to get rid of iPhone stuck on Apple logo. Here’s how you can!

Solution #1. Force Restart Your iPhone

How to Reboot iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro MaxThis is the simplest method of all to solve the issue. Here’s how you can force restart your iPhone 11.

Step #1. Press and release Volume Up button and once done, press and release the Volume Down button after that.

Step #2. Now press and hold the Power Button until the Apple logo appears on your screen.

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Once this is done, it restarts your iPhone and see, if your screen which is stuck at Apple Logo disappears. If it doesn’t solve the issue, proceed to the next solution below. 

Solution #2. Try the Recovery Mode

Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11It’s one of the most recommended troubleshooters for those who often face issues like this on their iPhone. It will take some time to enter the recovery mode on your iPhone as you will need a system that is running on macOS Mojave and must have iTunes installed in it. 

To know more about how to enter recovery mode on your iPhone 11, visit this post now and see it solves the equation. 

Solution #3: Use DFU Mode

How to Enter DFU Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro MaxUsing DFU mode is only recommended if the force restart or getting into recovery mode doesn’t solve the Apple logo stuck issue on your iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro or iPhone 11. Just like recovery mode, you’ll need a system with iTunes to get it done. 

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Refer this guide to enter DFU mode on iPhone 11 series smartphones. We hope that this solves the frozen screen issue on your latest iPhone. Ensure that you take a complete backup of your iPhone before you enter the DFU mode because sometimes this process might result in data loss. It doesn’t happen mostly, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. 

Solution #4. Install Pending App Updates

How to Update Apps on iPhone and iPad in iOS 13 and iPadOSBe on the safer side by installing all the pending app updates. This ensures that there isn’t any software bug or malware creeping in your iPhone due to pending app updates. Sometimes these things can crash your iPhone and can get you into trouble.

To update all the pending app updates, open the App Store, tap on the Profile icon, head over to Available Updates by scrolling down, tap on Update All from the upper left side. Once done, restarting your iPhone is recommended so that all the things are installed and updated with precision. 

Wrapping Up…

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We hope that these solutions will solve the issue of the iPhone 11 stuck on Apple Logo or white screen. If you are still facing any issues even after following the above fixes, you can comment below with the issue and we’ll get it sorted at the earliest. 

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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