THE most common problem faced by iPhone owners has been uncovered and the vast majority is related to unlocking your handset.
In particular, the biggest problem seems to be with too many wrong passcode attempts.
Anyone with young children who managed to get their hands on their iPhone will see the “iPhone is disabled. Connect to iTunes” well.
Well, according to Google search data compiled by freedom cellphonesit was the most searched iPhone issue with 42,000 people searching in a month.
A list of over 130 keywords was tested to get an idea of what the biggest problems might be.
Staying on the subject of unlocking, “forgot iPhone password” was the second most popular search query with 38,000 queries.
“Face ID not working” comes third with 32,000.
Here’s some advice on what to do if you’re having trouble accessing your iPhone.
Outside of the first three, more general problems arise.
The fourth most searched issue is a tie between iPhone stuck on Apple logo and iPhone not charging.
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When you encounter the Apple logo stuck issue, the first thing you need to do is connect it to a computer and put your device in recovery mode.
You boot into recovery mode by pressing and releasing the volume up button and then doing the same with the volume down button.
Press and hold the side button until the recovery mode screen appears.
And when it comes to iPhone charging problems, there can be various reasons.
It may well be a defective charging cable, which is easy to replace.
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