Sometime iPhone users have to face some unusual bugs that seem to surface out of nowhere in their device. Issues related to battery life, apps crashing, touch screen becoming unresponsive have been there with iPhones for a long time. And, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are not exception to these long-chronic issues.

Some iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users reported to have encountered an unknown issue that forced their device to reboot randomly. The sudden rebooting of iPhone can be really frustrating especially if it occurs quite frequently. You are in the thick of intense conversation with your friend and all of a sudden you see your phone being switched off, wouldn’t you feel like getting on top of your patience? Of course, you would. Here are some possible solutions to this issue that may resolve it with immediate effect. Let’s find out!

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Reboots RandomlyClean Up Your iPhone
Unnecessary messages, bookmarks, URLs, cookies, and cache might be one of the prime suspects why your iPhone reboots time and again without any rhyme or reason. Therefore, it’s advisable to clean up all these irrelevant files.

Delete all the useless messages
Launch Messages app → Tap on Edit from the top left corner → Select all the messages you want to delete → then tap on Delete from the bottom right corner.

Delete All Text Message on iPhoneClear History and Website Data
Launch Settings app → Scroll down and tap on Safari → Tap on Clear History and Website Data →Tap on Clear in the popup to confirm.Clear Safari History on iPhoneDelete Unnecessary Apps
Remove all the useless apps which you are no longer fond of and consider them worthless. Clearing them off will not only bring more space for iPhone but also make the device work faster.

Simply tap and hold on any third party app, when it starts shaking, tap on (X) which is on the app icon and tap on Delete in the popup to confirm.

Delete App on iPhone and iPadGet Rid Of Mindless Jailbreak Tweaks
Too many jailbreak tweaks might be the cause of this inconvenience. If jailbreak tweaks aren’t installed properly, they are known to create some bizarre issues. Do away with the tweaks you are no longer interested in.

Step #1. Launch Cydia → Tap on Installed from the bottom menu

Step #2. Tap on the name of the tweak which you want to delete Tap on Modify from the top right corner.

Modify Installed Cydia TweakStep #3. Tap on Remove from the bottom.

Remove Cydia Tweak from iPhoneHard Reboot Your iPhone
Reboot your iPhone by pressing sleep/wake button and Home button simultaneously. Keep your iPhone switched off for a while and restart it as usual.How to Restart-Reboot iPhone 6 and 6 PlusIf you still haven’t been able to troubleshoot this issue, continue with the further solutions:

Reset Your iPhone
Many iPhone owners who had encountered this bug said that when they reset their device, they were able to resolve it. Resetting your device will bring changes to all settings. However, it won’t delete any data or media.

Launch Settings app Tap on General → Scroll down and tap on Reset →Tap on Reset All Settings → A popup will appear, tap on Reset to confirm.

Tap on Settings Then General on iPhoneReset All iPhone SettingsNow, you would have to wait for sometime as your iPhone will restart.

Restore Your iPhone
Restoring your iPhone as new could be very painful as it takes a lot of time but it can be the ultimate solution to this issue. Make sure to backup your device to keep you files and data fully secured before restoring it.

Connect your iPhone with your Mac or PC Launch iTunes → Select your device from the top left menu Click on Restore iPhone → Confirm it in the popup.

Restore Your iPhone from iTunesThat’s it!

Your iPhone may no longer reboot itself. Do you know some more tricks of resolving this issue? Let us know in comments.

  • marissa

    this issue just started, my phone died and i plugged it in and a couple minutes later it turned on. so i went on it and its been about 10 minutes and it has at least rebooted 30 times and it wont stop. there isnt enough time in between to do the steps listed above. i go on it and it has at leas 3 seconds in between before it reboots again. i dont know what to do! all ideas help!

    • jaguarpaw1

      Did you fix the problem? Mine does the same

  • Helllllllo

    My iPhone is literally brand new and it reboots. None of this is applicable.

  • Justin Shepherd

    If I update I can’t rejailbreak