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How to simply restart your iPhone or iPad

Any technique gets tired. Even planes, as it turned out, sometimes need a reboot.

There are two ways to reboot your device. This is a “soft” and “hard” way. The first implies a smooth shutdown of the device, and the second, respectively, a sharp power off.

"Soft"

There are two possible options.

For all iPhones and iPads with Touch ID

Hold the power button for a few seconds until the device shutdown slider appears with the words “Turn off”:

Pull it. After a few seconds, the iPhone will turn off. After that, hold down the power button again until an apple appears on the screen of your device.

For iPhones and iPads with Face ID

There are two possible options for the appearance of the “Turn off” slider:

Sequentially press the volume up, volume down. Immediately after that, hold the power button for a couple of seconds;
For a couple of seconds, simultaneously hold down any of the volume buttons with the power button of the device.

The latter method will not only allow you to gently reboot the device, but also block the operation of Face ID – a useful feature.

"Hard"

But sometimes this method does not help, because your device for some reason does not respond to touch at all. In this case, we turn to the most “tough” method. And here are several options.

If you have an iPhone 6S and an older model or iPad with a button

Hold down the power button and Home for ten seconds until the Apple logo appears.

If you have an iPhone 7

It is necessary to simultaneously hold down the volume down button and the "Home". Release them only when the company logo appears on a black background:

If you have an iPhone 8, X or newer or iPad Pro (2018)

In general, to restart, you need to successively press three buttons: volume up, volume down and hold down the power button for 7-10 seconds, until the Apple logo appears on the black screen:

Does this often need to be done?

If your iPhone does not hang tight, then reboot hard is not worth it. For example, I used this function only at the moment when one of the studio iPads with the iPadOS beta installed on it did not respond to any fraud. But here the situation is understandable – it's a beta, not a stable version.

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Chief editor of the blogErika J. Wells .

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