If you are fed up with sluggish performance or unresponsive iPhone, it’s time to restart it now. You can do it in simple steps.
If your iPhone isn’t responding at all, or something else is causing you repeated concerns, it might be time to force restart your iPhone! Not only lack of response, but also troubleshooting a number of issues on your iPhone such as: B. slow performance, connection issues, 5G connection error and many more can be fixed with a quick forced restart.
But is it safe to force restart your iPhone? The answer is yes! A forced restart is not harmful to an iPhone and sometimes solves problems. It’s okay to reset a phone if something doesn’t work or you want to give it to someone else, Apple discussions suggested. Don’t worry! It’s a quick process. All you need to know first is your iPhone model as the steps to force restart an iPhone depend on its model.
Here are detailed steps to learn how to force restart your iPhone.
How to force restart iPhone 8 and later models
To force restart your iPhone, briefly press the volume up button.
Then press and release the volume down button.
Press and hold the power button.
Once the Apple logo appears, simply release the button. Now all you have to do is wait for the phone to turn on again.
This works with both Face ID and Touch ID iPhones.
How to force restart iPhone 7, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE 1st Gen
- On an iPhone 7, just press and hold the volume down button and the sleep/wake button at the same time. When the Apple logo appears, release both buttons.
- If you are using an iPhone 6s or iPhone SE 1st generation, press and hold the sleep/wake button and the home button at the same time. When the Apple logo appears, release both buttons.
Even after trying all these steps, your iPhone won’t restart. Try charging it once. However, if your iPhone does not work as expected after restarting, you need to contact Apple Support.