If you are not a big fan of installing updates regularly, you may be facing issues due to an outdated software or a driver. Whether you are using an iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or any other Mac machine, there are 4 common reasons responsible for the Mac black screen issue.
- The NVRAM/PRAM is responsible for regulating the data related to time settings, volume, display brightness, resolution, etc.
- Warning, this is pretty tech-savvy and you should think twice before trying this method if you are not a tech person.
- Like many electronic devices with sophisticated software, the iPad requires frequent updates to its firmware.
- The good news is that all the tools you need for the job are already present on your Mac.
For whatever reason this does not help, move on to section 2. If a simple restart of your computer and iTunes/Finder stock firmware did not work and you don’t understand why, it may be an issue of iTunes being out of date. What does “incompatible firmware file” mean?
Whichever iOS and iPhone/ iPad model you are using DFU mode works with all. Software updates have the potential to repair iPhone issues.
Therefore, don’t hesitate to ask Apple Support for advice or even send your phone to them for inspection. Go to Microsoft Store and search for iTunes. Click the Install button under the iTunes tab and it will be installed on your computer. Go to ipsw.me, then find the firmware you want for your iPhone and download it. Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to the computer. Press and hold the “Shift” key and then click on the “Update” option. Select the IPSW file you downloaded and click “Choose”.