Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Why does my phone keep turning on and off over and over again?

Yesterday my phone was in between my bed and wall while i was watching tv (for about an hour). When i picked up my phone the apple logo was there, then the screen went black. The apple logo appeared again, then black again, did this at least 10 times. Then i got fed up with it and kept pressing and holding the power button over and over again. It finally turned all the way on. I thought that was the end but it did the same thing (even when i was using it) like 5 more times. I was supposed to wake up at 4:30am today so i set an alarm on my phone. Woke up at 7:30am to find my phone was doing it again. So it was probably doing it for at least 3 hours! I need this fixed can someone please help? Could it be water damage? I HAVE ALREADY UPDATED TO IOS10.2.1 so it isnt the ios 10.1.1 bug

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Thanks for your answer! But when i picked up my phone it was actually really cold, one of my walls is not insulated very well so my room gets very cold. It was -35 that day or -31 farenheit so it was very cold. Do you think it could be the cold that did this? @swissfix


Check this info out about operating temperatures of lithium phone batteries:

You may be right.


I read another artice about 5 things that could happen to your phone when it is extrewmely cold and Liquid condensation was one of the 5 things.

"Smartphones are susceptible to liquid condensation underneath their displays if they are used soon after being brought into a warm area after an extended time in the cold. This can cause various liquid damage issues and can also make the screen hard to read."

Im just gonna take this as an answer and get a new phone because it seems the most logical lol considering i tried to warm it up right after i relized it was freezing @benjamen50


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Hello Ivy! Sorry to hear about this, I am sorry this is not really an answer, but i would maybe think it might have heat damage? that is the only logically way i would bind this with? you are mentioning it was in between your bed and wall, where beds are know to be comfort, cosy and warm, maybe there was a process on the Iphone that was running in the background? and made the Iphone go hot, without you knowing it and by that overheating the logic-board? again this is just a theory, not an answer, i am very sorry!

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