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How To Force Restart iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max

How To Force Restart iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max

Whether your device is freezing up or accidentally showing some bugs, one of the simplest and first stages to fix the issue is restarting the device. But restarting iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max process a bit different from the previous iPhone 7 or older devices as there was a home button on the screen. But after the release of iPhone X, XS and XR, the restart process has become changed.

As we know that iPhone 11 trios released with most advanced iOS 13 updates which has a lot of bugs and glitch which forced Apple to released four updates of iOS 13 within a month.  So every time you upgrade your device to the latest version, it comes with some bugs which can fix by force restart iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max. If you are directly upgraded from iPhone 7 to iPhone 11, then it will be different from you. But if you are updated from iPhone X models, then the restart process will be the same for you.

Since the power down button combo has carried over from iPhone X as well as iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, the method to force restart iPhone 11 models is the same as last year’s models.

Steps To Restart iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max

Step #1: Start the process by pressing and releasing the volume up button, then pressing and releasing volume down.

Step #2: Next, press and hold the Side button for around 10 seconds or until the screen cuts out.

Step #3: Now, you have to get your handoff from the side button when your device’s screen with Apple boot.

Step #4: Now, your phone will start.

That’s it!

Furthermore, you can also do more things by trying some troubleshoots and follow some steps to find the root cause of the problem. You can also find other buggy apps and software glitch, which will help you to fix the problem. So, this was the process of force restart iPhone 11 models. It was so easy-peasy. I hope you followed the guide carefully and now you know the way to restart your iPhone so that whenever you get any issue, or the device turns slow, you can simply reboot your iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max.  I guess you may have more questions about the newer iPhone 11, if so, then feel free to ask us via comment. We are always here to help you to give you the best answer.

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