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Why does my iPhone keep constantly rebooting every 60 seconds?

Hello! I’ve been having a problem with my iPhone 6 rebooting on a loop. This problem started out from it rebooting every once in a while, to now every minute. The only way I can use my device without interruption is keep it connected to the charger, but seconds after being disconnected, it reboots itself. I’ve already restarted my settings but it didn’t help :/ I’m wondering if anyone can help me please? Thanks in advance!

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Honestly it sounds like just a bad battery.

You can check battery health via 3Utools on a windows PC which you can download from 3u.com

If you have a Mac you use the coconut battery app instead.

If the battery info reports under or near 80% health or 400+ charging cycles then I recommend getting the battery replaced.

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There could be a few problems. First, there can be a software problem that can usually be solved through a restore or an update. Second, if you ever had any kind of repair on your phone by a third patrty, there usually is a problem with grounding. There are multiple points on the iPhone that help it stay grounded. All screws and parts are there for the phone to function like it was intended. However, if these parts are neglected, the phone will have issues.

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The only repair I’ve had by a third party, was a battery replacement from a couple months ago, but the reboot has only happened quite recently. After the replacement everything went smooth. Could that still be an issue though?

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I found the following on another website.

Not sure if this is the exact same problem buy may be worth trying if you haven't yet.

I hope this helps!

Part 1: Fix Boot Loop by resetting your device

In most cases, iPhone reboot loop can be solved by resetting your iPhone. First of all, you can reboot your device into recovery mode. Doing that would link your device directly with your iTunes account and then you can restore a fresh iOS version to your iPhone and recover all the iTunes data, too. The detailed steps are shown as below:

- Once stuck on Apple logo, turn off your iPhone.

- Connect your iPhone to your PC, then keep pressing and holding the home button until your iPhone goes past the Apple logo.

- When you enter the recovery mode, you'll see your iPhone's icon appears on your PC and there is one option for you to reset your device. Just tap on the "Restore iPhone" icon.

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Do you mind copying the link to the website you found this on into the comment section?

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Here is where I found it, not sure why I forgot to include it before sorry.

https://www.recovery-tool.com/ios-recove...

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