Restart iPhone Without Button
Restarting your iPhone can be a quick and easy solution to fix minor software issues. However, what do you do if the power button on your iPhone is not working?
Fear not, there are still ways to restart your iPhone even without the use of the power button. Here are some options:
- Use AssistiveTouch: This is a built-in feature on your iPhone that allows you to perform various actions by tapping on virtual buttons on the screen.
To turn on AssistiveTouch, go to “Settings” > “General” > “Accessibility” > “AssistiveTouch” and toggle it on.
Once it’s turned on, you’ll see a small button on the screen. Tap on it, then tap on “Device” and then “Restart.”
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Use iTunes on a computer: If you have access to a computer with iTunes installed, you can use it to restart your iPhone.
Connect your iPhone to the computer using a lightning cable, then open iTunes.
Click on the iPhone icon, then go to the “Summary” tab. Here, you’ll see an option to “Restore iPhone.” Click on this button, and it will restart your iPhone.
Use iCloud: If you have iCloud set up on your iPhone, you can use it to remotely restart your device.
Go to iCloud.com on a computer, then sign in with your Apple ID. Click on “Find iPhone,” then select your iPhone from the list of devices.
Click on the “Actions” button and then select “Restart.”
Using any of these methods will allow you to restart your iPhone even if the power button is not working.
It’s always a good idea to try restarting your device before trying more drastic measures, as it can often fix minor issues.