How to Exit iOS 10 or iPhone 7 iTunes Logo Screen

To iOS 10 update, a part of iPhone 7 users face the trouble of iTunes logo screen stuck. In the process of iOS 10 update, iPhone 7 stuck iTunes logo screen. How to fix the trouble is necessary for those users. Below is a tutorial for us to learn how to deal with that issues.

Method 1: How to use Reiboot to fix iPhone 7 or iOS 10 stuck in iTunes logo Screen

Tenorshare iCareFone is such a powerful tool to help us fix all iOS devices stuck issues. For example, in the process of iOS 10 upgrade, iPhone 7 stuck in iTunes logo screen. Here you can use iCareFone to fix this trouble in three minutes.
Step 1: Download iCareFone and install it on any accessible computer.

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Step 2: Then connect your iPhone 7 to the computer, running iCareFone.  Here to choose “Fix iOS Stuck”, then one click to put your iPhone 7 in recovery mode. If you cannot connect your iPhone with iCareFone, you can click to “Enter DFU Mode”.
Step 3: After just several seconds, you can click “Exit Recovery Mode”. You will find the problem of iPhone 7 stuck in iTunes logo screen has been fixed.

Method 2: To Reboot iPhone 7

Step 1: To Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time for a few seconds.
Step 2: Here to keep holding the two buttons until you see the screen go black and then see the Apple logo on the screen.
This is the easiest way to get iPhone out of stuck. If you still cannot get your iPhone reboot to normal state by this method, try other methods below.

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Method 3: Restore iPhone

We all know, to most common users they have no knowledge about how to restore iPhone in easy way. Even in the case that they are using it every time. So below is simple tutorial for us to learn how to deal with the case that iPhone 7 stuck iTunes logo screen in efficient way.
Step 1: To restore your iPhone is the last resort when iCareFone even does not do the trick. By doing this all data in your iPhone will be wiped.

Step 2: You can use iCareFone to put iPhone into Recovery Mode, or manually enter the iPhone into
Recovery Mode.
Step 3: Connect iPhone 7 to iTunes, iTunes will detect an iPhone is in Recovery Mode and provide
Restore option. Click Restore and wait for iTunes to complete the process.

In the post, you can choose one method to exit iOS or iPhone 7 iTunes logo screen. If you have any trouble in the process of following the guide, welcome to leave your question on our site comment sections.

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