How to force restart on all iPhone models

iphone-force-restartIt doesn’t matter if our mobile the Android or iOS. It is rare for the user who has not needed to restart his terminal sometime. But we are not talking about a voluntary restart, a shutdown or the restart that comes after an update. We refer to a forced restart due to a sudden malfunction. But this method is not performed in the same way on all iPhone, as we will see below.

There are countless possible causes that can cause our iPhone to stay locked and not respond. Sometimes it may be a third-party app that is generating the problem, a damaged battery or any other hardware component. Sometimes, when our mobile does not respond, it can be confused with an exhausted battery , since the screen may not turn on.

How to force restart on all iPhone

At this point, it is possible that the iPhone does not respond, and does not turn on or off, so we will have to force its restart. Let’s see how we can perform this forced restart on all iPhone, regardless of the version of iOS we have installed. The method has changed as different iPhones have been released.

On the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

  1. Press and release the volume up button
  2. Press and release the volume down button
  3. Press and hold the side button
  4. Release the button when the Apple logo appears

iPhone 11 reinicio

On the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

  1. Press and hold the volume down button and the on / off button
  2. Release both buttons when the Apple logo appears.

iPhone 7 reinicio

On the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and iPhone 5s.

  1. Press and hold the on / off button and the start button
  2. Release both buttons when the Apple logo appears.

iPhone 6 reinicio

If the problems continue

Even so, it is possible that after forcing a restart the problems are not solved and we have to pay a visit to the Technical Service. It may be your case if after forcing the restart the screen still appears in black, and sounds or vibrations can also be heard.

If the terminal stays in the Apple logo or the screen is activated but I do not respond when touched, they can also be symptoms of a hardware problem greater than a simple forced restart can not solve.