How to Force Restart iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro In Case It Freezes
There are several instances where your iPhone will just freeze and will become unresponsive. While there can be several reasons for it, the primary and most suitable solution will be to restart your iPhone. Since Apple has launched a trio of new iPhone 11 models, including the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, it will be wise for you to remember how to force restart your iPhone 11. If you're unfamiliar, we will let you know how-to.
Here's How to Force Restart iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
Since the launch of the iPhone X two years ago, Apple has removed the Home button on the device, paving way for Face ID to become a standard when it comes to unlocking the device. With the Home button removed, there are slight changes in operation to force restart your iPhone 11. However, do not be alarmed since the method is still present but it is performed a bit differently than before.
Follow the step by step instructions listed below which will allow you to force restart your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro.
Step 1: Quickly press and release the Volume Up button.
Step 2: Quickly press and release the Volume Down button. (Do not press and hold, simply press and let go)
Step 3: Press and hold the Side button. The Slide to Power off button will appear but continue to hold the Side button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
That's all. Once the Apple logo appears, it means your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro is restarting. This is an easy method to get out of unresponsive situations on your device.
Even though force restarting your iPhone isn't what you would normally do, it is very helpful in times when the device crashes or the screen becomes unresponsive or freezes. So be sure to keep it in mind. Also, here's how to take full-page screenshots in iOS 13.
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