iPhone SE 2020 not Responding? Here’s the fix

If your iPhone SE 2020 is not responding, there are a few tricks you can use to fix it.

To fix iPhone SE 2020 not responding issue, try charging it for at least a half hour, or simply try restarting it.
The last resort before contacting Apple support is to connect your iPhone SE 2020 to a computer and use iTunes to update the operating system.
If your iPhone SE 2020 has a frozen screen in other words, it does not respond when you touch it all hope is not lost. A frozen iPhone can often be easily fixed.

How to fix iPhone SE 2020 not responding Issue

Of course, it’s always possible that there is a serious problem with your iPhone , so if these troubleshooting steps don’t fix your iPhone SE 2020 not working issue, the next step might be to contact Apple support.

Charge your iPhone

It’s possible that charging your iPhone for a short time can revive it. For the best results, plug your phone directly into a power adapter don’t charge it wirelessly or plug it into a computer’s USB port. Let it charge for at least 30 minutes and then try to use it again.

See also: iPhone SE 2020 not charging? Fix

Restart or force-restart your iPhone

If your iPhone SE 2020 still isn’t responsive, try to restart it by pressing the power button. If that has no effect, then you can try to force-restart your iPhone.

Both the restart and force-restart will not erase any apps or data, so this is safe to do even without a recent backup.

Troubleshoot your iPhone SE 2020 if it freezes while restarting

If your iPhone SE 2020 successfully restarts but can’t get past the Apple logo, then you should connect your iPhone to a computer with iTunes installed and try some additional troubleshooting steps.

Step 1: Start iTunes on the computer.

Step 2: Put your iPhone in recovery mode.

  • Press and hold the Power button and one of the volume buttons until you see the option to turn off your iPhone SE 2020. Drag the slider to turn it off.
  • While holding the Power button on the iPhone, connect your iPhone to your computer with a USB connection cable. Keep holding the Power button until you see the recovery mode screen.

Step 3: When you see the option to restore or update your iPhone on your computer, click “Update.” iTunes will update the iPhone without deleting your apps and data.

Contact Apple support

If you still have had no luck reviving your frozen or unresponsive iPhone SE 2020, you should contact Apple support.

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