You may need to follow these steps if your iPhone has become unresponsive or isn't working correctly. Besides addressing a frozen or unresponsive device, force restarting can also be used to exit recovery mode or exit DFU mode.
If you have an iPhone SE or older iPhone models with a Home button, please follow this tutorial to force restart your device:
● How to Force Restart iPhone With Home Button
FORCE RESTART IPHONE 14
Press and quickly release the Volume Up button on your iPhone 14, then press and quickly release the Volume Down button. The volume buttons are located on the left side of your device.
Quickly press and hold down the Side button on your iPhone 14 until the Apple logo appears on the iPhone's screen. The side button is also known as the power button and can be found on the right side of your device.
Your iPhone will now reboot.
That's all there is to it. Hopefully, the iPhone restart resolved any issues you were experiencing.
If you accidentally activate Siri while attempting these steps, it's likely you've waited too long between a button press. Watch our video on how to force restart to get a better idea of the timing.
You may also find some of these iPhone 14 tutorials helpful. For example, if you'd like to try a clean restore to resolve your issues, we've shared instructions on how to enter recovery mode or enter DFU mode.
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