I hope the circumstances of force restarting your iPhone 11 doesn’t arise, but at the end of the day, it is an electronic device and might misbehave or freeze sometimes. If this happens, you need to force reboot your iPhone as a primary solution. Unlike earlier iPhones, the 11 series is introduced with a little change in the method to reboot. Here is how to hard reset your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
When you perform a force restart on your iPhone, it can solve quite a few problems. You can fix unresponsive apps on your device; usually, new iPhones hardly get hung. But when this happens, you can force reboot your device to get back to a normal piece.
How to Hard Reset iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max
Step #1. Quickly Press and Release the Volume Up button.
Step #2. Next, do the same with the Volume Down button, i.e., Quickly Press and Release it.
Step #3. Finally, Press and Hold the Power Button until the Apple Logo Appears.
How to Force Restart your iPhone 11 Series Device Using Settings App
If you are unable to restart your phone using the above method, then you could also reboot your iPhone 11 Series, forcibly without using the Volume Keys.
Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Now tap on General.
Step #3. Scroll down and tap on Shut Down, which is the last option.
A slide to power off slider will appear on the screen; just swipe from left to right on the slider to shut down your iPhone.
That’s all, friends!
Apple has introduced amazing features in its latest series of iPhones. I am particularly impressed by its robust battery; iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will have four and five more hours of battery life, respectively. On iPhone 11, people will get one more hour battery usage than iPhone XR. There is a slim chance your iPhone misbehaves; if in case it does, you can follow the above method to force restart your iPhones.
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