How to Force Restart or Hard Reset iPhone SE

If your iPhone SE freezes, a force restart or hard reset should fix the problem.

If your iPhone SE suddenly locks up and stops responding to your swipe and tap gestures, try turning it off. If you are unable to shut down the device normally, you need to force restart the iPhone SE.

Performing a force restart or hard reset is fairly simple and only takes a few seconds to complete. In most cases, it will return your iPhone SE to its normal state.

If you’ve switched from a non-Apple device to the iPhone SE or haven’t had to force restart your device in a while, you may not know how to do it.

Here is how to force restart or hard reset your frozen iPhone SE.

Hard Reset iPhone SE

To force restart your iPhone SE, you need to do a simple button combination.

  1. Press and hold the device’s Sleep/Wake button (located on the top of the device) and the Home button at the same time.
  2. After a few seconds the Apple logo should appear and you can release both buttons.
  3. Your iPhone SE will reboot itself and you will need to enter a passcode, if any.

If your iPhone SE is crashing regularly, you may need to update your apps through the App Store or explore other possible solutions.

We recommend resetting all your iPhone’s settings in the Settings app. Note that this will cause it to forget known Wi-Fi passwords, so make sure you have it handy before following these steps. Here’s how to reset your iPhone SE’s settings:

If this doesn’t help alleviate the problems, you may need to: Talk to Apple customer service and see if they have a permanent solution.

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