Responsible ModMac: problems iOS 10, the heat and the unauthorized rebooting of iPhone

Specialists of the service center ModMac continue to answer the questions of our readers on the repair of Apple technology.

Question from a reader with the nickname pavel_gusev.d:

On my iPhone when forced to reboot for a couple of seconds there is a strange chaotic bands like dead graphics card, and recently after a reboot barely noticeable blink of the screen for approximately 15 seconds. This is a warranty case? And what would you recommend?

Meet the experts of the service center ModMac:

After updating to iOS 10, many there are various kinds of anomalies in hard reset. Most likely, these problems are associated with the update though is that after you have blinked the screen, suggests the problem is with the hardware. This is probably a warranty case, you need to refer to the official and tell about your problem.

Question from a reader with the nickname dimiran:

I got the iPhone 5. Works flawlessly, but when connected to the computer periodically reboots. I would even say constantly. And then missed the moment completely dead, and somehow quickly turned off. Connected to a computer (since the charger close yet), lights up an Apple, and a few seconds off, and so on. I would hope that it is a dead battery and not a more serious hardware problem. By the way, the inside of the machine smells like damp.

Meet the experts of the service center ModMac:

There are four options:

1) you Need to clean/replace a lower loop.
2) the Problem with the Tristar chip (USB controller chip primary circuit power).
3) Issue with incorrect distribution of power to the Board: in particular, can be associated with water ingress into the device.
4) and the easiest to re-flash the device. Would it help if it is a problem at the software level.

Question from a reader with the nickname Supressa:

Hello. iPhone 5s heats up and blue screen appears, then streaks across the screen and off. Off only when cold. The phone is out of warranty. What could it be? Will repair or replace with a new one?

Meet the experts of the service center ModMac:

If the device is still under warranty, you should immediately take it to the official! Since this is a problem either with the battery, but most likely with a chip NAND-flash memory, which fix almost unreal. And Yes, Apple does not repair devices, and in the event of any proven defect gives new!

If you have any questions to the experts, feel free to ask them in the comments. We will try to answer all of them, but keep in mind that sometimes it may take time — a lot of questions.

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Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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