I am very sure you mostly experienced the “blue screen of death” on Windows system, but you haven’t heard of this sort of a “blue screen” issue also happened on iPhone. It looks uncommon, but this “Blue Screen of Death” bug only arises in the most recent iPhone 5s when the user start iWork in iOS 7 in certain cases. Here we tell you how to fix iPhone5s blue screen of death by using iWork in iOS 7.
The iWork is actually a free office package offered by Apple for the iPhone 5c as well as for iPhone 5s users, which includes Pages, the Numbers and Keynote. It is actually not installed on every new iOS device, but needs the user to download & install this personally.
Here is how this issue happened(Apple Support forum threads also points the matter):
1. Open any iWork app
2. Within said app, open any existing document
3. Once doc is opened, tap Home button. iPhone INSTANTLY crashes. Blue screen, then automatic reboot.
This problem has been found in the iOS 7.0, Having said that, Apple could not fix this in the most current iOS 7.0.2 update. The users very first believed was to get rid of all the content and settings of the iPhone 5s. We can easily see more obviously how this issue is taking place through below video:
It is suspected that the problem is most probably the application bug, that belong iOS 7 system malfunction.
For the iPhone 5s consumers can’t wait to work with iWork, this issue is certainly brought them stress. But it really is not without having an unofficial path for fixing.
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iPhone5s Blue screen Of Death – How To Fix
In iCloud Settings you need to Turn-off the Documents & Data on iOS 7.
Go-to Settings > iCloud > Documents & Data, turn off the Pages, Numbers and Keynote options.
Moreover, when you’ve completed modifying the document in the iWork, you need double-press the Home button to shut the iWork in background, then press the Home button to get back the home screen.