iPhones are not immune to incidental bugs. But from the iPhone X, restarting to solve minor problems has become a bit more annoying. Fortunately, iOS 13 has a hidden option that makes the process a lot easier.
For the old ways to restart a "notched" iPhone, you had to press buttons in a specific order or use a hidden option in Settings. You can also use the button combination to forcefully restart your device, and there's the old "Bold" trick and the AssistiveTouch shortcut. But none of these is as simple as the new way.
With iOS 13 you can now quickly restart your iPhone with Voice Control. If you have not set it up, open Settings, go to "Accessibility" and select "Voice Control", tap "Set Voice Control" and follow the prompts.
Now simply say "Reboot device" (it is not necessary to say "Hey Siri" or something else first). When you do this, you will see a prompt. Just say & # 39; Tap again & # 39; and your phone will be restarted.
If you have set up Voice Control and want to disable it completely free way to do it, you can say "Hey Siri" to Call your trusted assistant and then "Turn on voice control". Once enabled as indicated by the blue microphone icon in the status bar, simply call the & # 39; Restart device & # 39; as described above and say & # 39; Tap & # 39; again.