A phone is an essential part of person’s daily life, and nowadays we can not think of anything without it. So when problems like blue screen arise, we get worried. A serious problem that has popped up on the help forums of with the latest iPhone 5S is the iPhone 5s blue screen issue. The phone keeps on rebooting itself repeatedly, and then a blue screen is flashed.
When and why does the Iphone blue screen flash?
The iPhone 5S, blue screen issue, may develop after instances or experiments like an update, jailbreak, screen replacement, restore and even a roll back to the previous version. This problem is often referred to as infinite screen loop, blue screen of death and reboot screen loop.
In this article, you would be guided though the steps that would be needed to troubleshoot and fix your iPhone blue screen issue.
From proper searches and other search history, it has been found that the iPhone 5S blue screen of death occurs only when someone tries to replace the screen with the help of an unprofessional person. So let’s start with the minor fixes when you have replaced your iPhone 5s screen. Some problems and glitches may arise when someone swaps out the original main screen of any iPhone. But the main problem is the damaged motherboard and the misplacement of the screws. Your iPhone may still work if you have fixed this issue.
So to properly fix this problem first thing you must make sure that all the screws are in the right place. This check is very important as because there are some screws which are of different sizes and you might have mixed them up while replacing them thereby leading to the short circuit of your motherboard. When you are removing the screws, make sure that the holes are not damaged. The mixing up of the screws is the main problem behind the blue screen of death. So it is always advised to replace your iPhone Screen with the help of a professional or else visit customer care.
If you have confirmed that the screws are in the right spot the next step is the replacement of the screen. It is pretty easy to inflict damage on the delicate ribbons or the connections of the screen. The easiest way to check whether your screen has been damaged or not is by swapping out the old one with a new screen. As long as the cables and the connections are in the proper state, you can easily check the new screen. Since you have already disconnected the connections of the screen from the motherboard, it is the best way to check the connection again. Check the connections to ensure that none of the gold plated pins are evenly bent or twisted along the cables nor on the motherboard. If the pins are damaged on either side of the screen, then you would need a new screen.