How to Force Restart 2020 iPhone SE If You’re Experiencing Issues
There's no guarantee that your smartphone will work the same way as it did on day 1. When you install apps and games, things do get affected, and probably by the passage of time, with software updates, your device will get slower. On a daily basis, if you experience problems or issues with your iPhone, a simple restart helps clear the errors. However, not many of you know how to force restart your new 2020 iPhone SE.
Here's How to Easily Force Restart 2020 iPhone SE - A Few Simple Steps
As mentioned earlier, there will be many instances where the screen of your 2020 iPhone SE would freeze and stop responding. In instances like these, simply force restart your 2020 iPhone SE and the minor errors that are causing these issues will be cleared. If you're unfamiliar, we have devised a series of step by step instructions for your ease. Simply follow them and force restart your new budget iPhone.
1. The first thing that you have to do is quickly press and release the Volume Up button.
2. Now, quickly press and release the Volume Down button.
3. Lastly, press and hold the Power button / Side button until the Slide to Power off slider.
4. Continue holding the Power button / Side button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
That's all that you have to do in order to force restart your 2020 iPhone SE. Once the screen turns back on again, you can simply "Swipe up to unlock". Take note that a force restart is not usually required. However, it proves to be very useful if your iPhone is not responding.
All iPhone models with a Face ID feature a different operation to force restart the device. We will share more guides on the 2020 iPhone SE soon, so do stay tuned in for more. In addition, head over to see how you can turn off your new iPhone SE.
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