If you’re like me, then you’ve probably dropped your iphone 14 several times. And if you’re like me, that means that your screen has been cracked and the iphone 14 won’t turn on. Don’t worry—it’s not as bad as it sounds! In this article, I’ll walk through how to fix a cracked or broken iphone 14 black screen so that you can get back up and running again without having to spend money at an Apple store.
How to fix iphone 14 black screen?
You can easily fix your iPhone 14 black screen problem. It is simple, quick and easy to repair. It has been a very long time since the release of iPhone 14 and many people have purchased this phone. Many people are facing different problems related to their device such as screen issues, charging issues etc., but this article will help you get rid of your black screen problem at home itself without spending any money on it or going anywhere else like Apple store or any other local service provider.
Step 1: You need to power down the iphone 14
The first thing you need to do is power down your iPhone. If you’re not sure how to do that, press and hold the Power button for about 10 seconds until it turns off by itself. This will work no matter what’s happening on your screen or if nothing happens at all.
Step 2: Hold down the power button and both volume buttons
Once powered down, hold down the power button and both volume buttons at the same time. Do not release these until a new screen appears with a slider labeled “slide to power off.” Let go of the two volume buttons, then tap on the grey slider and slide it from left to right.
If this method does not work, repeat it again until you see your phone’s Apple logo appear on the screen.
Step 3: Keep holding them until a new screen appears
You can fix an iPhone 14 that won’t turn on by holding down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons in a specific combination.
- Make sure you are not connected to a power source, such as a computer or wall charger, before attempting this fix (though it may not be necessary).
- Press and hold down the Power button for 3 seconds until you see “slide to power off”. If you do not see that text onscreen after pressing the two buttons for about three seconds, try again until it does appear (you may have accidentally held them for too long).
The slider should be on the left side of your screen. If you have an iPhone 7 or earlier, it will be on the top right corner of your phone; if you have an iPhone 8 or newer, it will be in the middle of your screen. The slider is a grey bar that shows up when you hold down both volume buttons at once for about three seconds. When you see this bar appear, use two fingers to pull it from left to right like you’re dragging a box across a computer screen.
After about 30 seconds, the iphone 14 should shut off. Now press and hold down the power button again until it boots up again. This time, it should work fine.
To turn it back on again, press and hold the power button until it boots up again. Don’t press the home button or any other buttons in this process. Don’t connect your iPhone to a computer or plug it in while holding down the power button.
This is a simple fix and it should take less than 10 minutes. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below!