When your iPhone is not working, the first thing you should try is to turn it off and on again. And what if it does not turn on? Then, this article would be helpful to you to know what to do when your iPhone Force Restart Not Working.
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How to Fix iPhone Force Restart Not Working?
If your iPhone is not responding or you’re unable to force restart it, you can try the following steps:
Check the battery: Make sure your iPhone has enough battery power. If the battery is down, then connect your iPhone to a power source and let the phone get charged. Then try the force restart again.
Use the correct button combination: The method to force restart an iPhone varies depending on the model:
For iPhone 8 or later: You need to slowly press and release the volume up button. And then press and release the volume down button quickly. Finally, you should press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.
For iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus: Press and hold the volume down and also the power buttons at the same time until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
For iPhone 6s and earlier, as well as iPad and iPod Touch: Press and hold the home and power buttons at the same time until the Apple logo is seen on the screen.
Ensure you’re pressing the buttons correctly: Ensure that you’re pushing the buttons firmly and simultaneously. Sometimes, a light touch may not register as a button press.
Try a different charging cable and power adapter: Faulty or damaged charging accessories can interfere with the force restart. Try using a separate line and adapter to rule out any issues with the charging equipment.
Connect to a computer: If the force restart still doesn’t work, connect your iPhone to a computer using a Lightning cable and try to force restart it through iTunes or Finder. Launch the Apple software and follow the instructions to force restart your device.
Contact Apple Support: If in case, none of the above steps work, it’s advisable to reach out to Apple Support for customer service or visit an Apple Store for further assistance. They can provide guidance and help resolve the issue.
Remember, force restarting your iPhone should be a last resort when it becomes unresponsive. If you’re experiencing persistent issues with your device, it’s advisable to seek professional assistance.
Steps to Follow
Follow the following steps to try to force restart:
- Firstly, Press and release the volume up button quickly.
- Secondly, you have to press and release the volume down button quickly.
- Then,you need to press and hold the side button carefully
- When the Apple logo appears, slowly release the side button.
How to Reset iPhone with Itunes?
If you’d like to reset your iPhone, iTunes can always help you.
- Open iTunes
- Tap the phone icon
- Choose Restore iPhone
- Then follow the steps to continue.
If iPhone is not working even after a hard reset, the software or hardware could be a problem. You try to resolve the issue by restoring factory settings. If the issue persists, then the problem could be with the hardware. In this case, you must contact Apple Store or customer service.