The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are all new iPhones from Apple this year. The other three iPhones are essentially just improved versions of what we already have on the market, whereas the iPhone 14 Plus is a whole new product that has arrived rather than a “Mini” version. Even among those three devices, we believe that only the “Pro” variants significantly improve upon the iPhone 13 Pro handsets from the previous year. Many consumers are getting their hands on the brand-new iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 14, and iPhone 14 Plus, which have some amazing features. What happens, though, if someone switches from Android to iOS? Because the operating systems are so dissimilar, even simple activities like turning off an iPhone can be challenging for consumers who are unfamiliar with iOS. Additionally, a lot of iPhone users may not be aware that they can force restart the device when it becomes stuck. We mentioned below are the steps to turn off and restart iPhone 14 Series.

Steps to turn off and Restart iPhone 14 Series

Turn off iPhone 14 Series

Step 1: Press and hold the Side and Volume Down buttons at the same time. Step 2: Continue holding until the Power Off slider appears at the top. Step 3: Release the buttons. Step 4: Drag the slider from left to right.

Use Setting to Turn off iPhone 14 Series

Apple eventually added the capability to turn off iPhone via the Settings app at some point during the past couple of years. It was a really unexpected inclusion that had us wondering why it wasn’t possible before. However, the following describes how to disable iPhone 14 series via the Settings app: Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone 14. Step 2: Scroll down and tap General. Step 3: Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap Shut Down. Step 4: Drag the slider from left to right.

Use Buttons to Restart an iPhone 14 Series

Step 1: Press and release the Volume Up button Step 2: Press and release the Volume Down button Step 3: Press and hold the Power/Lock button, continue holding Power/Lock until you see the Apple logo on the screen Step 4: Once the Apple logo appears on screen, you’ll know the restart is successful, and you can stop holding down any buttons.

Use Settings to Restart an iPhone 14 Series

Step 1: You can also use a Settings option to reboot your phone. To do that, launch the Settings app on your phone. Step 2: Then, tap “General.” Step 3: Scroll down the “General” page to the bottom, then tap “Shut Down.” Step 4: Drag the “Slide to Power Off” slider to the right, and your phone will power off. Step 5: Power your iPhone back on by pressing and holding down the Side button until an Apple logo appears on your screen.

Final Words

We hope you like our article on how to Shut Down and Restart iPhone 14 Series. There are a few causes and solutions for why your iPhone 14 Series phone won’t switch back on after the screen became completely black and it appeared to turn off. Even though iOS 16, the most recent version of Apple’s mobile operating system, is generally reliable, it is possible that your iPhone has encountered a software glitch and is not responding adequately after turning the screen black, giving the impression that it has turned off.

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