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One reliable piece of wisdom for fixing technical difficulties with computers, smartphones and most other devices is to turn it off and on again – also known as rebooting. This applies to your Apple smartphone as well. If you are experiencing issues with your iPhone it is a good idea to try rebooting it.
Restarting your phone might fix the issue, for example when your iPhone freezes and goes unresponsive. The way to restart your iPhone depends on the model, so we’ll go through the different ways you can try getting back to using your phone.
Say you have encountered an issue with your iPhone and just turning it off and on the regular way doesn’t work. In that case, you need to do something that’s called a forced restart or hard restart.
The buttons to press in order to carry out a forced or hard restart depend on the model of your iPhone. We’ll go through the three different options next.
So you tried forcing a restart on your iPhone but it still does not work or gets stuck when turning it on. There is one thing you can try to fix this issue.
You should now have some tools to tackle challenging situations and technical difficulties with your iPhone. Make sure to keep a backup of your iPhone in case something happens and your phone freezes or becomes unresponsive. In a worse case scenario, your iPhone might be beyond repair or could require a factory reset. Not having a backup could cause you to lose everything on your iPhone.