How To Fix Your iPhone XR Stuck in Restart Loop

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If you’ve recently purchased an iPhone XR, then you’re probably aware of the great features it offers. Unfortunately, it may also have some unexpected issues such as restarting on its own, which can be quite frustrating. Unfortunately, this is a common issue with the iPhone XR and there are a few methods you can try to solve it.

First of all, make sure that your device is up to date by checking for the latest iOS version. If an update is available, install it immediately as it might resolve the issue. The next step is to check for any underlying issues that could be causing the restarting issue. Check if any apps are using too much RAM or if there are any problematic settings changes that could be causing the device to restart itself.

If none of these attempts solves your problem then you should consider resetting your phone to its factory settings or performing a full system restore. This will erase all personal data from your device so make sure you create a backup first. After resetting and restoring your device, try using it again and see if this solved the problem or not.

Finally, if none of these solutions worked for you then you should contact Apple Support for further assistance as they may be able to help you out in more detail about what might be causing this issue with your phone and how best to solve it. Hopefully one of these solutions will help get your iPhone XR back up and running again!

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Troubleshooting iPhone XR Restarting Issues

Your iPhone XR is likely restarting due to a software issue. This could be caused by a conflict between certain apps, a bug in the operating system, or outdated software. It can also be caused by an issue with your device’s hardware, such as a faulty battery or processor. To troubleshoot this issue, try turning off all other apps, restarting your iPhone XR, and updating to the latest iOS version. If the problem still persists after these steps, contact Apple Support for more assistance.

Troubleshooting iPhone Restarts

If your iPhone keeps restarting over and over, it could be due to a variety of issues. The most common cause is an issue with the device’s connection to the wireless carrier. This can be caused by a damaged or dirty SIM card, an outdated network profile, or an unstable connection between your phone and the carrier’s network. Other potential causes include low storage space, corrupted system files, a recent iOS update, incompatibility with certain apps, or even hardware damage such as a failing battery or water damage. To fix this issue, try removing and re-inserting your SIM card to reset the connection with the carrier’s network. If that doesn’t work, you may need to try some other troubleshooting steps such as deleting old files, reinstalling apps, updating your iOS version, or even taking it in for repair.

Troubleshooting an iPhone Restart Loop

If your iPhone is stuck in a restart loop, you can try to force restart it to break the ongoing power cycle. To do this, press and quickly release the Volume Up key on your iPhone 8 or later device (iPhone 14/13/12/11). Then do the same on the Volume Down key. Finally, press and hold the Side key until you see the Apple logo. This should reboot your iPhone and get it out of the restart loop.


In conclusion, if your iPhone XR keeps restarting, it is likely the result of a connection issue, such as a problem with your wireless carrier. Fortunately, this can easily be remedied by removing the SIM card and putting it back inside. If the issue persists after following these steps, then you may need to look into other underlying causes such as system bugs or malware.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.