Unable to use iPhone due to high temperature warning

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  1. Heba

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    Hello friends, I left my iPhone 4s in our car and it was so hot inside it. Then when I got back and tried to make a call, I found a notice that in high temperature and i should cool it. Then just an Apple sign appeared. Please, what should I do?
     
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  2. Europa

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    It will start working again after it cools down. This happens frequently when iPhones are left in cars when it's hot outside.
     
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  3. Heba

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    I cold it down but the same just the Apple sign.
     
  4. Europa

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    How long has it been stuck at the boot logo and cooled down? Typically, it shows the temperature warning and loses the signal, but comes back on as soon as it is brought back to within the normal operating temperature.

    I'd try a hard reset. Press the home button and the power button at the same time for about five seconds.
     
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    So moving to Alaska is out of the question?
     
  6. Heba

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    Hi, i did everything and still not working since yesterday, it has the same Apple sign or somtimes become black screen and then back to Apple sign. ImageUploadedByiCafe Forums1399539378.150589.jpg ImageUploadedByiCafe Forums1399539404.450630.jpg
     
  7. Europa

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    That's referred to as an "infinite boot loop." You'll need to restore it. You can use your iTunes or iCloud backup to restore it to its previous state without any loss of data. Connect to a computer, open iTunes and press the restore button. Post back if iTunes does not recognize it.
     
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    I did that but the i tunes didn't recognize it.
     
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