Released September 21, 2018. Models: A1921, A2101, A2102, and A2104 / Available as GSM or CDMA / eSIM or nano-SIM / 64, 256, or 512 GB / Silver, Gold, or Space Gray (Pronounced "iPhone 10 S Max.")

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iPhone restart when lock screen

Last restart if check panic from 12th june to 16th june

bug_type":"210","timestamp":"2022-06-17 17:45:19.00 +0800","os_version":"iPhone OS 15.5 (19F77)","incident_id":"C3AB1342-47CA-4215-8387-4C635E691D1C"}


"build" : "iPhone OS 15.5 (19F77)",

"product" : "iPhone11,6",

"socId" : "0x00008020",

"kernel" : "Darwin Kernel Version 21.5.0: Thu Apr 21 21:50:10 PDT 2022; root:xnu-8020.122.1~1\/RELEASE_ARM64_T8020",

"incident" : "C3AB1342-47CA-4215-8387-4C635E691D1C",

"crashReporterKey" : "4eab897d63cc63263a099317287c121b1bfbddd2",

"date" : "2022-06-17 17:45:19.70 +0800",

"panicString" : "panic(cpu 2 caller 0xfffffff027f6dc98): \"i2c0::_checkBusStatus SCL is stuck low; last read status 00010108 int shadow 00190100 xfer 00000000 fifo 00000000 for device ad5860\" @AppleS5L8940XI2C.cpp:430\nDebugger message: panic\nMemory ID: 0x1\nOS release type: User\nOS version: 19F77\nKernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 21.5.0: Thu Apr 21 21:50:10 PDT 2022; root:xnu-8020.122.1~1\/RELEASE_ARM64_T8020\nKernel UUID: DD447920-A41D-32F1-A34E-92EA889E84E9\niBoot version: iBoot-7459.\nsecure boot?: YES\nPaniclog version: 13\nKernel slide: 0x000000001f6bc000\nKernel text base: 0xfffffff0266c0000\nmach_absolute_time: 0x48d9ddd7\nEpoch Time: sec usec\n Boot : 0x62ac4ced 0x0008395a\n Sleep : 0x00000000 0x00000000\n Wake : 0x00000000 0x00000000\n Calendar: 0x62ac4d19 0x0005e625\n\nZone info:\n Zone map: 0xffffffe12fa3c000 - 0xffffffe72fa3c000\n . VM : 0xffffffe12fa3c000 - 0xffffffe2160a0000\n . RO : 0xffffffe2160a0000 - 0xffffffe262d6c000\n . GEN0 : 0xffffffe262d6c000 - 0xffffffe3493d0000\n . GEN1 : 0xffffffe3493d0000 - 0xffffffe42fa34000\n . GEN2 : 0xffffffe42fa34000 - 0xffffffe51609c000\n . GEN3 : 0xffffffe51609c000 - 0xffffffe5fc704000\n . DATA : 0xffffffe5fc704000 - 0xffffffe72fa3c000\n Metadata: 0xffffffe12ccc4000 - 0xffffffe12e4c4000\n Bitmaps : 0xffffffe12e4c4000 - 0xffffffe12fa2c000\n\nCORE 0: PC=0xfffffff02720ffb4, LR=0xfffffff02720ffb4, FP=0xffffffe7320a3f00\nCORE 1: PC=0xfffffff02731d7f0, LR=0xfffffff0276051b0, FP=0xffffffe731adb590\nCORE 2 is the one that panicked. Check the full backtrace for details.\nCORE 3: PC=0xfffffff02720ffb4, LR=0xfffffff02720ffb4, FP=0xffffffe7321fbf00\nCORE 4: PC=0xfffffff02720ffb4, LR=0xfffffff02720ffb4, FP=0xffffffe731e53f00\nCORE 5: PC=0xfffffff02720ffb4, LR=0xfffffff02720ffb4, FP=0xffffffe731d73f00\nCompressor Info: 0% of compressed pages limit (OK) and 0% of segments limit (OK) with 0 swapfiles and OK swap space\nPanicked task 0xffffffe5fc6e8668: 0 pages, 344 threads: pid 0: kernel_task\nPanicked thread: 0xffffffe347e9b6c0, backtrace: 0xffffffe73244b400, tid: 3406\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0271dc730 fp: 0xffffffe73244b440\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0271dc448 fp: 0xffffffe73244b4b0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02732a050 fp: 0xffffffe73244b4d0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02731b498 fp: 0xffffffe73244b540\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02731a43c fp: 0xffffffe73244b5d0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0279207b8 fp: 0xffffffe73244b5e0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0271dc124 fp: 0xffffffe73244b970\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0271dc124 fp: 0xffffffe73244b9d0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0291a7894 fp: 0xffffffe73244b9f0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027f6dc98 fp: 0xffffffe73244ba90\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027f6de54 fp: 0xffffffe73244bab0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027f6d6a8 fp: 0xffffffe73244bb00\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02795914c fp: 0xffffffe73244bb20\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027958e74 fp: 0xffffffe73244bb50\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027842244 fp: 0xffffffe73244bbc0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027959d8c fp: 0xffffffe73244bc20\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0290ae650 fp: 0xffffffe73244bc80\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0290ac9b4 fp: 0xffffffe73244bcc0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff0290aec14 fp: 0xffffffe73244bcd0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027d2e64c fp: 0xffffffe73244bce0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02783df9c fp: 0xffffffe73244bd30\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02781ac24 fp: 0xffffffe73244bdf0\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff02781a6d0 fp: 0xffffffe73244be30\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027234254 fp: 0xffffffe73244bf20\n\t\t lr: 0xfffffff027928720 fp: 0x0000000000000000\n\n",

"panicFlags" : "0x802",

"otherString" : "\n** Stackshot Succeeded Bytes Traced 142097 (Uncompressed 380640) \n",

"memoryStatus" : {"compressorSize":0,"compressions":0,"decompressions":0,"busyBufferCount":0,"memoryPressureDetails":{"pagesWanted":0,"pagesReclaimed":0},"pageSize":16384,"memoryPressure":false,"memoryPages":

Anyone know the problem?

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Hi @lepmad,

May I suggest that you start by installing and running the iDevice Panic Log Analyzer?
This is a very useful tool when working with panic logs.

This is a starting answer, but if you have updates after running the analyzer post updates to the question or comment.
If you can (and if it's easier), update your question with images / screenshots from the analyzer, so we can see what it tells you.
How to add images to existing question.


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This panic log indicates "i2c0::_checkBusStatus SCL is stuck low"

This is referencing an electronics protocol, i2c or more properly I2C, that the board uses for different chips to communicate. Without getting into too much nitty gritty, the "stuck low" part means that the voltage on part of this circuit is stuck in a low voltage state. So whatever communication is trying to occur, isn't coming through.

iPhones have a few different i2c groups. On the XS Max, i2c0 includes largely charging related items and one of the two rear cameras. The first thing I would think is the battery. Since it's a pretty common source of failure and a lot of the communication on this line is related to charging.


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