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Iphone turn off automatically

My iphone turn off automatically after some times? what,s the problem?

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    i too have the same problem


    it is also not turning on until i connect my iphone to pc

  • MUZAKIR007 Feb 28, 2009

    i too have the same problem 


    it is also not turning on until i connect it to pc

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    I also have the same problem

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Usually, if it is turning off automatically and not coming back on til connected to the computer, that could be a "battery needs charging" issue.  If after a full charge it is still going off and on randomly, Press the top button.if it just pops back on. Then i was just in sleep mode. which is normal.  If it has to power up all over again, then you may want to go ahead and do a self-restore on via itunes.
Hope this helps...
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