Generally speaking, iOS is a pretty cool operating system, running smoothly even after a long time since the update. However, from time to time, it does generate some errors and makes you wonder what on Earth is going on with your iPhone 6.
Specifically, we’re talking about issues like continuous resetting or rebooting, as well as crashes or freezing. There are situations in which the phone won’t vibrate anymore, nor make or receive calls, not to mention that it locks up all of a sudden and the keypad doesn’t respond anymore. Yeah, nobody is perfect!
How can I get rid of all these issues?
In this case, you should definitely know how to soft reset an iPhone 6, because this little trick can solve pretty much all of the above-mentioned problems.
A soft reset is basically a restart of your phone, very similar to restarting a desktop. It’s also one of the basic troubleshooting measures an iPhone users should know and it won’t affect the data on the device.
How can I soft reset an iPhone 6?
There are three steps you need to follow:
Step 1: Press and hold the power button until you see the “slide to power off” message. If your phone is not responding to this, press and hold the Power and Home buttons for about 10 seconds, until the Apple logo appears, then release them.
Step 2: Slide the power switch to the right and wait for a few seconds, until the device turns off.
Step 3: After the device powers off, press and hold the Power button once again, until the Apple logo appears.
Step 4: Wait until the startup process is finished.
You have successfully managed to soft reset your iPhone 6! If you’re dealing with any issues, please let us know, using the comments section below!