"The clock on the lock screen of my iPhone XS seems to randomly disappear after upgrading to iOS 13.5. Is anyone else experiencing this? Is it a bug or is there some reason it disappears?"
iOS 13.5 has been released for several days. Many iPhone users have chosen the upgrade to the newest version. The truth is that the device's performance is indeed highly improved. Yet it has barely dented the problems. In these deputing problems, one frequently cited is that the clock on lock screen disappears. Here we will share some effective tricks in this article. These tricks work well for you to fix this problem.
In most cases, change display zoom can easily get over most display issues on iPhone screen. If the clock on your iPhone lock screen gone randomly, try the following steps：
Click on Settings on the home screen of iPhone and then select "Display & Brightness".
Click on "View" under the option of Display Zoom.
If it is set as "Standard", then switch it to "Zoomed" for nearly 10 seconds. After that, change it back to "Standard" and see if the issue is resolved.
Another primary fix for most iPhone issues is to hard start the device. In other words, this trick could also troubleshoot the issue of clock on lock screen disappearing in iOS 13.
For iPhone 6 and earlier: Press and hold the Home button and the Power button at the same time until you see the Apple logo on the screen. Then release the buttons and wait for the startup screen to appear
For iPhone 7 & 7 Plus: Press the "Power" or "Sleep/Wake" button on the right side of the iPhone 7. Then press and hold the "Volume Down" button on the left side at the same time. Wait for the Apple logo to appear and release both buttons. Then enter your PIN at start up the device.
For iPhone 8 and later: First, press the "Volume Up" button on the left side of the iPhone and then release it quickly. Then press and release the Volume Down button next to the volume up button. Press and hold the Power button on the other side. When the Apple logo is displayed on the screen, you can release the power button.
When the clock on lock screen disappears on iPhone, try to reset all settings will be workable for you. Some of the ringtones, desktop wallpapers, network settings, input methods, etc. in the system will be restored to the factory settings, but the APP and data will not be deleted.
Open [Settings] in iPhone.
Click on [General] and pull to the bottom to tap on [Reset].
You can see many reset options on this interface. Click on "Reset All Settings" and the screen password will be required to be entered.
Another reason why the lock icon disappears is said to be that the live photo is turned on. You can turn off the photo feature and check if the issue can be resolved.
If your iPhone gets some software errors after upgrading to iOS 13, FoneGeek iOS System Recovery will be a perfect tool that is compatible with all models of iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch to repair all iOS system problems without affecting any data.
Now follow the simple steps below to fix iPhone alarm clock icon missing issue with FoneGeek iOS System Recovery.
Step 1. First, download and install the repair tool on your computer. When the program is opened, connect your iPhone to the computer using USB cable.
Step 2. Once your device is detected, 3 recovery modes will be visible for your choice, you need to select "Repair Operating System" on the screen.
Step 3. The firmware package that is appropriate for the device will also be recognized. Check the firmware information and click on "Donwload" to download the firmware.When the program has downloaded the firmware package, it will immediately start to fix your iPhone. After that, your device will run as normal.
Lastly, if the FoneGeek iOS System Recovery doesn't fix the issue, there may be a hardware issue for your iPhone. Thus, it is suggested to take the iPhone the local Apple store and fix the hardware issue.
By Joan J. Mims
Posted on May 05, 2018, 14:19:16
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.