The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max are the latest & advanced flagships from Apple. In the last few years, Apple has confirmed one thing which is the stability and performance of the operating system. However, each and every smartphone has its own flaws including the operating system as well. While some of the background running tasks or third-party applications may cause trouble to the system. Here we’ve shared How to Force Restart the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Now, talking about the system issues or performance issues like freezing, force close, apps not opening error or related problems. Most noticeable iOS bugs or stability issues are occurring on iOS 13 which is the latest one from Apple. We hope that Apple will fix these issues very soon or the upcoming iOS 14 will be much improved or optimized than its predecessor. In those cases, force restart will come in handy.
How to Force Restart the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Though the iOS platform is much reliable and stable enough than Android in most cases, due to the frequent software updates and inclusion of new features may be causing these software-related issues. So, if you’re facing similar kinds of issues or your is frozen for some reason, you should check out the steps below to reboot your iPhone 11 series device forcefully.
Thanks to Apple for maintaining the hard reboot process almost the same as the iPhone X to all the iPhone 11 lineup devices.
- Press and release the Volume Up button.
- Then press and release the Volume Down.
- Next, press and hold the Power/Side button for around 10 seconds until the Apple logo turns on.
- That’s it. Wait for the device to boot.
By following this step, your iPhone 11 or 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max will restart even if it stuck or frozen. We hope you’ve found this guide helpful. For more queries, you can comment below.