Here are tips to fix iPhone shutting down randomly even when there is charge left

Apple iPhone is a great phone, but it also comes with issues that may pull you off. We have received a lot of reports of issues iPhone users have been facing with their device. Many iPhone owners have recently claimed that their iPhone shuts off suddenly even when it still hit 30 percent charged.


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In reality, the issue has emerged since the days of iOS 9, but there has been no permanent fix for this annoying issue. If your iPhone has been affected by random shutdown even you have a reasonable amount of battery left, you can try our temporary fixes below.

In this tutorial, we will run you through tips to fix iPhone shutting down randomly even when there is charge left.

Tips to fix iPhone shutting down randomly even when there is charge left

  1. Hard Reset

Hard Reset has long been the easiest way to fix issues on iPhone or iPad.  With the iPhone 7, Apple has changed the way of hard resetting its iPhone. You now need to press and hold both the the “Sleep/Wake” and “Volume Down” buttons for about ten seconds until you see the Apple logo.

If you are now using an older iPhone, all you have to do is to press and hold both the “Sleep/Wake” and “Home” button to do the same thing.

  1. Update your iPhone to the latest iOS firmware

If the problem still persists, make sure that your iPhone is running the latest iOS version. Updating to the latest OS sometimes solves the problem. To do this, you head to the Settings app, select General > Software Update.

  1. Charge up your iPhone

If your iPhone is not responding, the best way for fixing the issue is to put your phone on charging and leave it there for a while before lifting it up. If this doesn’t work, try charging your phone using a different cable, or using a Mac.

  1. Drain out the battery and fully charge

If the above-mentioned tips don’t work for you, the fix is to use your Phone until it powers off and fully charge it.

  1. Restore your iPhone via iTunes

The last fix is to restore your phone via iTunes. Here is how you do it:

Step one: First and foremost, connect your iPhone to Mac or Windows PC and launch iTunes

Step two: When you see your iPhone here, click on Back Up Now to create a backup of your device. All you have to do now is to wait for the backup process to finish

Step three: Once it is done, select “Restore iPhone”. In this way, your iPhone will download the latest iOS firmware while wiping out all your data

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These are five possible tips to fix iPhone shutting down randomly even when there is charge left. Hopefully, you get it fixed and don’t forget to share with us in the comments below.




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