Finally it appears that Apple has addressed the random soft reset of your iPhone that is running on iOS 7, and has promised that a fix is on its way. Since the early days of the launch of the new operating system from Apple, users have been reporting that their iPhones will randomly crash and show a black or white screen with an Apple logo on it, before restarting itself. I haven’t personally encountered this on my older devices that are running on iOS 7 but my pretty new iPhone 5S has already encountered the crash on several accounts, turning my screen white and rebooting itself.
According to reports on the internet, any iPhone is running on the latest OS from Apple will encounter random reboots, showing the black/white screen of death – black for black units of the iPhone and white for the white units. The problem usually occur for those who have battery below 30% or when certain apps are being loaded.
While it doesn’t cause much of a problem, it’s without a doubt annoying. The fix should be released in iOS 7.1, which is currently in its 4th beta stage and has been just released to developers not too long ago. Any iPhone users here affected by this new “black/white screen of death” problem?