Since Apple introduced iPhone 5s, the company also published three major updates to fix different bugs and crashes. We have described the iPhone 5s occurs “Blue Screen Of Death” when the user making use of iWork package. However right now seems like there’s a new problem that happened in the iPhone 5s running on iOS 7.0.3. Here how to fix iPhone 5s reboot issue on iOS 7.0.3.
The device will reboot by itself when we charging it with lightning cable hooked up to PC’s USB port, the reboot happens exactly when we using the Touch ID to wake-up the iPhone screen, and this occurrence isn’t rules, not each and every occurrence.
By checking out the “Diagnostic & Usage” in the Settings > General > About. We identified that these crashes triggered Springboard reboot happening due to some background applications. Therefore, initially we can determine that this restart issue could possibly be because of some 32-bit apps aren’t totally compatible with the new 64-bit A7 chip inside iPhone 5s, So to seriously fix this problem, only we can hold on for the app provider to give some updates to strengthen the stability. But just before that, we also can use some conventional methods to solve this temporarily.
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How To Fix iPhone 5s Reboot Issue On iOS 7.0.3
Here’s the solution offered by a user called AnaMusic in the Apple support communities.
Close All Open Apps… Sign Out of your Account… Perform a Reset… Try again…
Reset ( No Data will be Lost )
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears. Release the Buttons.
If no joy…
Reset all settings
Settings > General > Reset > Reset all Settings.
This will return all iDevice settings to factory defaults… you will not lose any data…. But you will have to re-enter all of the device settings.
If the issue persists…
Connect to iTunes on the computer you usually Sync with and Restore
Make sure you have the Latest Version of iTunes (v11) Installed on your computer
iTunes free download from www.itunes.com/download