Since the iPhone 7, Apple had to change the manipulation to force restart an iPhone that crashed. Again, this manipulation has changed with the iPhone 8. Apple tells us how to do it.
First, what’s the point of a forced reboot? A forced reboot is useful when your iPhone is stuck on an application, or it remains frozen on the home screen or in sleep mode. The forced restart will allow restarting, forcibly, the device.
From the first iPhone to the iPhone 6s, to make a forced restart, we had only to stay press, for about 10 to 15 seconds, the Home button and the Power button. With the iPhone 7, Apple had changed the situation. He did it again with the iPhone 8.
Force restart an iPhone 8
The manipulation is a little complicated compared to that of the iPhone 7. To do this, you must:
- Press the volume increase button briefly,
- Then briefly press the volume down button,
- Finally, hold the side button down until the Apple logo appears.
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