The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are the most advanced flagships that Apple has to offer, but that doesn't mean they are immune to incidental bugs. Everything from an app that is troubled by problems to a faulty software update can still cause your device to crash, so having the option to force a restart can be very useful.
Fortunately, iOS has proven an extremely stable and reliable platform time and time again, and most software problems can be solved by turning your iPhone off and on again. But performing this task has become a bit more difficult because you already know whether you have upgraded from an iPhone X, X S or X R since the process is the same.
If you come from an iPhone with Home button, like the 7-series, you have to get used to a whole new process of shutting down your notched device. This means that you press the & # 39; Exit & # 39; in the Settings app, or at the same time hold down the side buttons and volume up buttons.
Just as the combo for switch-off buttons has been completely taken over from the iPhone X for the iPhone 1
Now hold down the side button for about 10 seconds or until the screen turns off, but keep it pressed until your iPhone returns to the Apple startup screen. To summarize:
- Press volume up
- Press volume down
- Hold down the side button for about 10 seconds
- Release the side button when you see the Apple startup screen
After following the above steps, your iPhone will be restarted even if it was frozen. From there, you can perform some more troubleshooting on your device and repeat your steps to find the cause of the problem, whether it is a buggy app or a software error that may require an update or restore the factory settings.