If you switch from an iPhone 8 or iPhone SE (2nd generation or newer) to a current iPhone model, you will quickly notice many changes. In addition to the new gestures for returning to the home screen or opening the control center, the missing home button should be the main thing that stands out. In the past, this controlled various functions such as Siri, the one-hand mode or the forced restart. The latter works completely differently, while this guide also applies to most other models without a home button.
iPhone 14 (All models): How to force restart
Without a home button, Apple had to come up with a new alternative to force the devices to restart. The way is much more complex than before. While you only had to hold down the home button together with the power button on the older models, it now requires a small key combination.
To restart an iPhone 14, briefly press and release the volume up button. Then press the volume down button in the same way. Finally, press and hold the side (power) button until the Apple logo appears on the screen. You should ignore displays and changes on the screen during the processor.
Summary: Force restart iPhone 14
- Briefly press the volume up button
- Briefly press the volume down button
- Press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
Disable Face ID on iPhone 14 quickly
Apple has built a feature into iOS to quickly turn off Face ID. This prevents other people from unlocking your iPhone by holding it in your face. Just stick to it one Press and hold the volume button together with the side button until your iPhone vibrates briefly but quickly. Then either press Cancel or press the Side button again. Thanks to the vibration, you can also deactivate it in your pocket and know immediately that it worked.
Have you ever had to force your iPhone to restart? Let us know in the comments.
Apple iPhone 14 (128GB) – Blue
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