Weird random reboots under load.
I have a iphone 6 that will essentially get stuck in a boot loop randomly when switching between apps like skype and steam chat.
Most of the time the phone will simply reboot, a spot under the display getting noticeably warm during the boot, maybe about half a inch under the earpiece.
There are times the phone will go into a complete boot loop until it has been on the charger for a while "usually while waiting for a restore file to download in itunes", then it will just boot like normal. The phone will NOT go into recovery while boot looping, and it is difficult to get it into DFU mode.
Is it possible whoever refurbished the phone cheaped out on the battery replacement? Or maybe the stock battery is simply going bad? It almost seems like the phone is not getting the correct voltage and pushing the hardware causes it to crash.
Is this a good question?