Apple’s iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max are available in various sizes compared to the iPhone 13 series from a year ago, but they still share features with the 2021 generations, such as an all-screen design and the lack of a home button on the front.
the iPhone 14 model line
As a result, the procedure for performing a hard reset or restart has not changed since the previous series. Even so, keep reading to learn how to perform a hard or force reset on your iPhone 14 if you’re upgrading from a device with a Home button. Your device could malfunction or stop functioning altogether at any time.
Almost Hardly How to Reset the iPhone 14 (All Models)
Quickly Push and release the Volume Up switch.
restarting an iPhone 14
Press the Volume Down button briefly, and then release it.
While waiting for the Apple logo to appear, hold down the Side button.
At this moment, you will see a slider to turn the iPhone off. Ignore that and continue pressing the Side button until the screen is entirely dark. After the restart is complete, the Apple logo will show up and the screen will switch back on.
You can avoid entirely shutting down the iPhone, which requires extra steps and increases boot-up time, by employing the force restart technique.
You can shut down your iPhone if you wish to by going to the General section of the Settings app, scrolling to the bottom, and choosing the Shut Down option.