Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Probably something went wrong, and your iPhone itself sees that too. That's why your iPhone asks to connect it to your PC or Mac with iTunes installed.
-Start iTunes on your PC or Mac
-Connect your iPhone to the PC or Mac
-Probably iTunes will advise to recover your iPhone.
>>If you didn't make regular backups of your data you probably will lose the data that's on your iPhone.<<
-Wait until the recovery procedure is done and see if your iPhone works again.
What if iTunes doesn't recognize your iPhone anymore in iTunes?
Thy a "soft reset' by pressing the ON/OFF button on top of your iPhone and the round menu button underneath your screen simultaneously until your iPhone reboots. Check if your iPhone connects to iTunes and try the recovery.
I hope this will help you solving your problem.
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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