Although you won’t be using your iPhone 11 series smartphone very often, it is worth knowing how it works. This article also covers how to force restart all iPhone 11 models.
This article applies to all iPhone 11 series smartphones–iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
How to Turn Off iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
You don’t usually need to turn your iPhone 11 off. It can be put to sleep. You can put the iPhone 11 to sleep if you need to save battery. Here’s how you can turn off your iPhone 11 model, no matter which one it is.
- Hold the Volume button.
- Hold the Volume buttons and then press the Side buttons.
- Continue holding the button until the Slide To Power Off slider appears at top of screen.
- Release the buttons and move the slider left to right. The iPhone will then power down.
Hold the Side key until the Apple logo appears. Release the Side button to allow the iPhone to continue starting up.
How to Restart iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Your iPhone 11 will need to be restarted more often than it is turned off. This is because restarting your iPhone 11 is often the first step to fixing any kind of bug or glitch. You can usually reboot your phone by simply following the instructions in the last section.
Sometimes, however, the problem may be with your iPhone 11. You can try a force restart of your iPhone, also known as a force reset (or a hard reset) in this situation. Here are some suggestions
- Release Volume up.
- Release Volume Down.
- Hold the Side buttons.
- Continue holding the device until the screen turns black. Release the Side button when the Apple logo appears and the iPhone 11 will restart.