Hi. I’m here to talk about my iPhone battery that has been giving me a hard time lately. My phone is an iPhone 6s, and it started acting weird about two weeks ago. When the battery reaches around 20% or less of its power, the phone shuts down by itself without warning, and then when I turn it on again, nothing happens – the screen stays black and unresponsive no matter what buttons I press or how long I wait for it to come back on. Read about “Iphone Displays the Low Battery Image and is Unresponsive”
How to solve:
1. Plug your phone in to charge
2. Turn off the display and turn it back on
3. Reset your phone by pressing and holding both the power button and home button for 10 seconds until you see a slider to “slide to power off”
4. Wait for about 5 minutes before turning it back on again
5. If none of these steps work, take it into an Apple store or contact customer service at 1-800-MYAPPLE
Why is my iPhone stuck on the low battery screen?
There’s no denying that cell phone batteries have a limited lifespan. After all, the lithium-ion battery in your iPhone is only designed to last for about 500 total charge cycles before it starts to go downhill and dies.
What causes my iPhone to die so quickly?
1. Make sure your phone is plugged in and charging
2. Check the battery usage by going to Settings > Battery > Battery Usage
3. If you have a lot of apps running in the background, close them out or restart your phone
4. Restart your iPhone by holding down on the power button until it turns off and then turn it back on again
5. Reset all settings by going to Settings > General > Reset All Settings
6. Update iOS software via iTunes (if applicable) or update over Wi-Fi (if not)
Battery image on iPhone
There is an image that has been circulating around the internet, which shows a battery with an iPhone on top. The caption of the photo says “Apple Engineers.”
Most people who see this think it’s just a clever joke by someone else but they’re wrong. This was actually leaked from Apple engineers and not someones idea of what engineering work looks like.
The engineer in charge of designing the new batteries needed to know how much space he had to work with so he decided to take pictures of his options for size reference.
When you look at these images you can’t help but be amazed at their detailed construction and craftsmanship.
How do you fix a stuck iPhone on low battery?
Many people have found themselves with a stuck iPhone on low battery. It can be frustrating to not know what to do, but luckily this article is here to help! Luckily there are a few easy ways you can try before throwing your phone against the wall and smashing it into pieces.
1. Charge your iPhone
2. Turn off any apps that are running in the background
3. Close out of all open apps on your phone
4. Restart your iPhone by holding down the power button and home button until you see a screen with an Apple logo
5. If restarting doesn’t work, plug in your device to charge it for at least 10 minutes before trying again
6. Reset your settings by going into Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings (Note – this will delete everything on your phone)
How do I reset my iPhone with unresponsive screen?
Did you know that Apple released a new iOS update on September 19th, 2018? The latest version of iOS is called “iOS 12.” It has many improvements and bug fixes. One improvement is related to the “Do Not Disturb” mode. If your iPhone’s screen becomes unresponsive, then this feature will automatically turn off all notifications for both calls and texts.
1. Plug your iPhone into a power source
2. Press and hold the sleep/wake button on the top of your phone for about 10 seconds, or until you see an Apple logo
3. Wait for it to turn back on
4. If it doesn’t work, try connecting it to iTunes with a cable plugged in and holding down the home button while you connect it to iTunes
5. If that doesn’t work, take out the battery and put it back in after 30 seconds
6. If none of those steps worked, contact Apple Support for help!
What do I do if my iPhone is unresponsive?
If you are having trouble with your iPhone, there are a few things to check before calling Apple Support. First, make sure that the problem isn’t due to an app or connectivity issue by restarting the phone. If this doesn’t work, try powering off and on your device again.
Another thing to check is if any third-party apps have updates available for download in the App Store. This could be causing an issue with your phone’s performance and it might be worth updating those apps first before trying anything else.
The final step would be going into Settings > General > Reset all settings; this will reset all of the settings back to their original factory defaults but it may fix some minor problems without needing a full restore from iTunes.”