Whether if you’re an old iPhone user or switching from Android to all new iOS world, you should follow this guide to Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. As the new method is a bit different than the previous method so, even if you’ve used iPhone X/8/earlier, you should know it.
Some times, it’s really hard to say why a smartphone causing issues like freezing, slow charging, battery draining, performance drop, frame drops, UI lag, and more. Obviously, it’s not always users’ fault or there may not be a specific fix for that as well. Meanwhile, the iPhone users can reboot to recovery mode to fix some of the issues easily including software updates also.
Steps to Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max
- First of all, you need to connect your iPhone 11, or 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max to a computer via the lightning cable.
- Now, launch the iTunes app on the PC. However, if you’re using macOS Catalina, you’ll need to open the Finder window.
- Next, press and release the Volume Up button.
- Then press and release the Volume Down key on your iPhone.
- Finally, press and hold the Power/Side button for a couple of seconds until the lightning cable icon appears on the screen.
- That’s it. Your iPhone has entered into the Recovery Mode.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this method useful and entered into Recovery Mode on iPhone 11. You can comment on any queries.