Updated January 11, 2018 09:07:53 You can use a quick-and-dirty trick to fix your broken screen or heart wallpaper.
This article covers the basic steps to fix screen and heart wallpaper on your iPhone and iPad.
Turn off the device You can turn off your iPhone or iPad by holding down the power button and powering off the battery.
Power down your device If your iPhone is charging, simply hold down the volume down button for 5 seconds.
Remove your device from the charger or wall socket You can remove your iPhone from the wall socket by pulling down on the back of the phone, or from the USB socket.
Insert the phone into the socket You’ll need to insert the phone directly into the USB port on your computer, so that it’s connected to the computer.
Power on your device Tap the power and volume buttons at the top of your screen.
Wait a few seconds for the screen to become transparent You can now tap the screen again to see the screen and let the screen know to power off.
Reinsert your phone If you’re having trouble getting the screen back, you’ll need your iPhone to power on again.
Press the power to restart Your phone will automatically reboot into the latest version of iOS.
Reinstall your device The process of reinstalling your iPhone may take a few minutes, but once you’ve reinserted it, the screen should revert back to the original state.
Connect your iPhone You can connect your iPhone using a Wi-Fi network.
Watch for the device’s logo You’ll see a logo with a heart icon in the top left corner of the screen, which means your device has detected the battery and is ready to be connected.
If the logo is still on the screen after you’ve reconnected, you can remove the device by using the volume buttons.
Once your iPhone has been fully reconnected to the internet, it should display a message similar to this: Your iPhone has detected your battery and it’s ready to connect.