iPhone 14 Hard Reset - Force Restart

How to hard reset iPhone 14 (Pro) to force restart? We will get to the bottom of this question in this guide. The forced restart on the Apple smartphone is very useful if it no longer responds to standard inputs and the normal procedure for the reboot is not accepted. In order to solve this and other problems, however, such a restart is required. So if the buttons don't work the way you want them to, or if you can't get any input from the display, use the following step-by-step Apple iPhone 14 Hard Reset instructions.

Force Restart: Perform iPhone 14 (Pro) Hard Reset

Also on Apple iPhones with iOS 16 the device and system can be forced to restart using the buttons built into the sides. This makes sense if the normal switching off and on again does not work and the iOS smartphone does not want to react to other inputs either. And this is how the procedure for the iPhone 14 hard reset looks like:

  1. Briefly press the "volume up" button (left, top) and release it again
  2. Briefly press the "Volume down" button (left, down) and release it again
  3. Hold down the side button (right) until the Apple logo appears
You can force the iPhone 14 (Pro) to restart with the hard reset on the Apple smartphone. To do this, press the volume up and volume down buttons (left) in quick succession, and then press and hold the side button (right).

You can force the iPhone 14 (Pro) to restart with the hard reset on the Apple smartphone. To do this, press the volume up and volume down buttons (left) in quick succession, and then press and hold the side button (right).

Force iPhone to restart with a hard reset

Apple points in its online edition of the iPhone user guide for iOS 16 indicates that the above procedure works for everyone devices compatible with iOS 16 is applicable. This is also the case if they have a home button - such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone SE (2nd gen or newer). In addition to the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, you can also use the hard reset on the iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and iPhone 11, among others. I have summarized what the procedure looks like on older devices here:

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