If your iPhone has stopped responding, or you’re having trouble finding the power button, you can learn how to turn off iPhone Max Pro manually. All you have to do is unlock your screen, then hold down the right side button and volume button simultaneously. Once you’ve released all buttons, drag the power off switch to the right.
Slide your finger to the right over “Slide to power off” option
If your iPhone is stuck on the slide to power off screen, there may be a few reasons why it is doing this. First of all, it could be because of a hardware issue. In such cases, it won’t respond to any finger touches, and you won’t be able to recognize it when you press the power button or volume button. Additionally, the screen might not turn back on when someone calls.
If you’ve accidentally pressed “Slide to power off” without realizing it, don’t worry – there’s an easy way to cancel it. You simply need to hold down the power and volume down buttons at the same time, and then hold down the side buttons for about a second. After that, the screen will automatically back off, and you’ll be greeted with the Apple logo. You can then use the side buttons to silence ringing and vibrating, dump calls to voicemail, and turn off Face ID.
The “Slide to power off” option can also be reached by pressing the top side button. Once you’ve reached the Apple logo, lift your finger off the button. The top button is near the right edge of your iPhone. You’ll see a slider appear on the screen. Slide your finger to the right of this slider and your iPhone will power down. It takes about 30 seconds for the phone to turn off, but if you want to turn it back on, you can press the top button.
In addition to a sliding option, you can also swipe your finger to the right over the “Slide to power off” option. On iPhone Max Pro, you can also toggle Bluetooth by hard-pressing the Bluetooth buttons. This will open a new panel that will have labels for the four wireless buttons.
Another option is to disable Wi-Fi when your iPhone is not connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot. The Control Center will display an icon that will allow you to turn off Wi-Fi. By disabling it, your iPhone won’t have to constantly search for a Wi-Fi network.
Force restart your iPhone
If your iPhone isn’t performing as well as you’d like, force restarting it may help. The process is similar to rebooting a Mac computer. Hold down the volume up and down buttons while pressing and holding the side button until the Apple logo appears. This will open up the iPhone to the lock screen, where you can enter your passcode or enable Face ID to unlock it.
Once the phone is in recovery mode, you can go into iTunes and update its software. If you have a jailbroken iPhone, you can try the same procedure, but you will need to enter recovery mode first. Then, you can use a third-party iOS management tool to fix the software on your iPhone.
If all other methods have failed, you can try force restarting your iPhone. To do this, hold down the side button for 10 seconds. After the phone restarts itself, you can turn on individual features or disable the rest of the settings. Remember that the reset process will not affect any data saved in your device’s internal memory.
Force restarting your iPhone is a common way to fix an unresponsive iPhone. The steps are different for each model. Firstly, open the Settings app. Select the power icon. After that, scroll down to the bottom of the screen. Next, hit the power button again to confirm that you want to restart.
Next, press and hold the Power button until the Apple logo appears. Now, you need to enter your passcode to finish the process. If you want to make your iPhone erasable, you must enter the password that you created in the first place. Then, you can use the software to restore your phone.
Force restarting your iPhone is a great way to resolve minor software issues. It takes seconds and doesn’t wipe your data.
Force restart your iPhone after a failed iOS update
Force restarting your iPhone is a common solution to an iOS update stuck in recovery mode. Unlike restoring from backup, a force restart does not require the interaction of the user. It simply resets the phone without losing any data. To force restart your iPhone, simply hold the side button down until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
First, you need to connect your iPhone to your computer via a lightning cable. If you are using a Mac, open the Finder. If you are using a PC, open iTunes. Wait a moment for the update to download. Once the update is complete, release the sides of the device.
Next, press the Power key (also known as the Slider or Home key). While holding these keys, the screen should be black. Hold the Power key until you see the Apple logo. If the screen stays black, you may need to press the Volume Up or Volume Down buttons again.
Another common cause of a failed iOS update is an infection or malware attack. A force restart may fix this problem and allow you to continue using your device. Alternatively, a failed iOS update may cause your iPhone to hang in a boot loop, or flash the Apple logo. A force restart will also fix a blank screen. Other problems can include malware attacks or malfunctioning drivers.
If you are not able to fix the issue in this way, you can try a third-party iOS management tool to fix the problem for you. The software will be fixed, and you can continue using your iPhone after exiting Recovery Mode. Just remember that the iPhone will lose all its data in this process.
If the issue is a result of a failed iOS update, the next step is to install any pending app updates. These can also fix the problem of your iPhone freezing. You can do this from the App Store or from the Updates section in your iPhone. You can install individual updates or all of them at once.
Restart your iPhone with AssistiveTouch
If you can’t use the power button or the volume buttons to restart your iPhone, you can perform the restart task by using AssistiveTouch. This accessibility feature displays a list of different icons with individual labels that you can touch to perform a task.
To turn on AssistiveTouch, go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch. Then, find the AssistiveTouch button in the bottom right corner of the screen and tap it. The screen will go black for a few seconds, and then the Apple Logo will appear on the screen.
Restarting your iPhone with AssistiveTouch is easy. You can also enable gesture control on Android devices. After turning on AssistiveTouch, go to Settings > More (3-dot) > Restart. Alternatively, double-tap the status bar to reboot the device.
Alternatively, you can also perform a forced restart by holding the Power button and the Volume Up button together for a few seconds. The iPhone will restart with a new screen. Touch ID will ask you to enter your passcode when the screen turns black. If you don’t have this, try restoring from your backup.
Once you’ve enabled AssistiveTouch, restarting your iPhone will take you to the Home screen. The AssistiveTouch button will now be semi-transparent, resembling the Home button. You can then move the button around as needed. If you’re not comfortable using the AssistiveTouch button, you can use Siri to turn it off.
Force restart can be useful for troubleshooting problems or just to give your iPhone a new start. However, it is important to note that the force restart will not erase your data. Force restart only forces your iPhone to turn off and restart, and doesn’t allow it to go through the standard shutdown process. This is why AssistiveTouch is an excellent alternative to force restart.
Another easy and trouble-free way to restart your iPhone without the power button is by resetting the network settings. Doing this will make sure that you don’t forget the password or paired Bluetooth devices.