iPhone 13 - Things to Try before booking a repair

Device Description

Released in 2021 Apple’s iPhone 13 features a ceramic shield front, Super Retina XDR display with True Tone and an A15 Bionic chip.

Things to try if your device is not working

iPhone 13 not working?  Our TechWizards® are here to the rescue. Run through our check list and if it still doesn’t start you can trust our experts to get you going again by booking a repair online.

Not turning on or no display

If your iPhone 13 is not turning on or showing anything on the display. If you know that your device has not been in contact with any liquids, simply plug in your device, preferably with a charger that you have tested and is working on another device. A lot of customers think they have a faulty charging port or battery issue when infact the issue was simply their plug or cable, so it is always worth checking this first. If you have a wireless charging-compatible phone and charger, you could try using this to rule out a problem with the charging port. Leave your device on charge for 30 minutes and see if it displays any signs of charging, If your iPhone 13 is not charging still or doesn’t have anything on the display, try moving the mute switch to feel for any vibrations or listen for any notifications sounds with the mute switch set to off as you put in the charging cable in and out. If you get any of these notifications, this could mean that the LCD display panel is faulty, which in most cases will require a screen replacement. If your display has no cracks or damage, its always worth trying the reset methods below before booking a repair as this can sometimes rectify a display issue. If your device still shows no signs of life after a soft reset, then let one of our TechWizards® help diagnose the problem for you. It’s easy to book a diagnostic test and let TechHouse take care of the rest.

Device charging but won’t power up

If your iPhone 13 is charging but not turning on, then leave it on to charge for several hours, if it still won’t turn on then this could mean there is a problem with the battery or the charging system. Most power issues will be due to dead cells in the battery and you would tend to notice some degradation and impact on the batteries performance prior to it stopping functioning completely. If you think your device has a battery issue, our TechWizards® can fix your device without any fuss or data loss. Not 100% sure what the issue is? Just pop in to one of our stores or book online now for a diagnostic.

Software issues

For the iPhone 13 you will need a computer with iTunes installed. If your computer does not find your device, you may need to put the device into recovery mode. To put your iPhone 13 into restore mode, make sure your cable is connected then press and release the Volume Up button, press and release the Volume Down button, and then press and hold the Side button until you see the recovery mode screen. Once your computer finds your Apple device, you will be given an option to update or restore. Its always worth trying the update first, but if that fails reconnect the device and repeat the process, this time clicking restore. This should bring your iPhone back into working condition. If not, take a note of the error code iTunes provides, and contact our TechWizards® team.

Still not working? Don’t panic, our TechWizards® are here to help.  Book a repair now.