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Deal With Blue Screen of Death for iPhone 5s

2013-12-02 23:37:31 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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What if iPhone 5s get a blue screen of death and reboot? Many users have run into a blue screen when they use iPhone 5s. How to deal with this problem? What on earth causes this issue?

Windows users must be familiar with blue screen, but can you imagine that the problem is appearing on the newly launched iPhone 5s? Some users have reported the blue screen of iPhone 5s. When the phone is running Apple's iWork, double-clicking the Home button to switch to other tasks would cause a temporary blue screen followed by a reboot.

Some users also reported that, on Apple's official website, when he tabbed the Home button to switch to Pages, Keynote or Numbers, iPhone 5s would have a reboot. The problem still existed even he had upgraded all the apps to iOS 7. And that only exists on iPhone 5s while users of iPhone 5c have never reported this issue.

It is surmised that it may be the bug of apps, a glitch of iOS 7, that causes the blue screen. It pretty upsets those can't wait to use iWork on iPhone 5s. Now what you can do to deal with this problem is to:

Disable iCloud sync for the documents, back out iWork before pressing the Home button so that to avoid 5s's crash to blue screen. Go to Settings > iCloud > Documents & Data, turn Pages, Keynote and Numbers off. What's more, when you are done with your document editing in iWork, you'd better double-click the Home button, turn iWork off in the background, then press the Home button again to get back to the main screen.

Apple may someday release an update to address the problem of blue screen on iPhone 5s. But now there's no solution. What you can do is to avoid it.

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