How do I turn my iPhone 11 back to restart?

Answered by Willie Powers

To restart your iPhone 11, you can follow these steps:

1. Locate the buttons: The power and volume buttons are located on the sides of your iPhone 11. The power button is on the right side, while the volume buttons are on the left side.

2. Press and hold either volume button: To initiate the restart process, press and hold either the volume up or volume down button together with the side button simultaneously.

3. Wait for the power-off slider: Continue holding both buttons until the power-off slider appears on your iPhone’s screen. This slider allows you to power off your device.

4. Drag the slider: Once the power-off slider appears, use your finger to drag it from left to right. This action will turn off your iPhone.

5. Wait for your device to turn off: After sliding the power-off slider, wait for about 30 seconds to ensure your iPhone completely shuts down.

6. Turn your device back on: To turn your iPhone back on, press and hold the side button (the power button) until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen. Once the logo is displayed, you can release the button.

7. Wait for the restart process: Your iPhone will now begin the restart process. It may take a few moments for the device to fully boot up and become operational.

By following these steps, you should be able to successfully restart your iPhone 11. Restarting your device can help resolve minor software issues or glitches that may be affecting its performance.