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How to Fix an iPhone Black Screen and Other System Problems

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Myifone fixppo

If you’re dealing with an iPhone stuck on a black screen or other system problems, iMyFone Fixppo software can help you with your iOS system recovery.

This professional iOS repair tool will help you easily get your iPhone back up and running, with its easy to use interface, available on Mac or Windows.

iMyFone Fixppo can help you fix the following iPhone problems:

  • iPhone stuck in recovery mode
  • iPhone stuck in the spinning circle loop
  • iPhone stuck on the white Apple logo
  • White screen of death
  • Black screen of death
  • Frozen unresponsive iPhone
  • iPhone reboot loop
  • An iPhone that won’t turn on
  • iPhone restore failure errors
  • iPhone update failure errors
  • Forgotten lock screen passwords

Fixppo comes with two modes for you to use, Standard and Advanced Mode.

The Standard mode lets you address iOS problems such as a frozen or device stuck in recovery mode. This mode will help you without incurring any data loss.

As for Advanced mode, it allows you to enable a disabled device and also address any serious iOS problems that Standard mode cannot tackle. Methods in this mode will result in data loss, as this is the nuclear option to fix your iPhone.



With iMyFone Fixppo, you’ll be able to easily downgrade your iPhone’s version of iOS to the previous version, enter or exit recovery mode with one click, and also bypass iTunes errors. There’s a free two-day trial with the software so you can test out some of its basic features.

Right now, a special offer for a single device version of iMyFone Fixppo is available for iPhone in Canada readers at $24.95 USD, saving $25 off its regular price of $49.95 USD.

You’ll get instant redemption with a license sent via email, free technical support and also lifetime product updates, plus a full 30-day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.

Special thanks to iMyFone for being a featured sponsor on iPhone in Canada this week and helping us keep the lights on.

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