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If you want to force the iPhone 12 to restart, a hard reset will help. The iPhone hard reset ensures that the Apple smartphone is restarted. This can help, especially if the device freezes and no longer reacts to inputs. In addition, the bugs underlying the error can be fixed. This “reset” has nothing to do with a “reset”, so no data stored on the iPhone is lost. In the following you will find the instructions for the iPhone 12 hard reset.
If you want to restart the iOS operating system, even if the regular switching off and on does not work, then use the following step-by-step instructions for the iPhone 12 hard reset. For this you also need all the buttons on the device:
If the iPhone hangs up due to a software error, a bug or a faulty code, then it probably no longer reacts to inputs. Even the regular key combination for switching off (volume key + side key) may then no longer work in addition to unsuccessful entries on the display. However, the above procedure should still work so that you can use it to force the iPhone to restart.
In addition to the iPhone 12, 12 Pro (Max) and 12 Mini (2020), this also works on the iPhone 11 (2019), iPhone XS, iPhone XR (both 2018), iPhone X (2017) and the respective Pro, Max and other versions. This also works with the iPhone 8 (2017) and the 2nd generation iPhone SE (2020). Feel free to leave a comment if the instructions on one of these Apple smartphones helped you.
Here in the blog you will find many more advice, instructions and help articles about the iPhone. I have linked a few to you below. If you browse the site you will also find helpful articles on iPad, Mac, HomePod, AirPods, apps and much more.
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.