A workaround that can be used immediately after the iPhone 13 freezes
Once you have a shiny iPhone 13, let's learn the basics first. As we all know, no matter how up-to-date and best your product is, your hardware won't work perfectly. So, not only the power on and shutdown method, but also the forced restart method. Or you should know how to start and exit recovery mode, and how to change the firmware if recovery mode doesn't work.
How to shut down iPhone 13
This is easy. To shut down your iPhone 13, simply scroll down in Settings, General and select Shut Down. Alternatively, press and hold the volume down button and side button at the same time, and when the three sliders appear on the screen, select "Slide to power off". Conversely, to power on your iPhone 13, press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.
How to force restart iPhone 13
If your iPhone freezes, force a restart of your iPhone 13. Press the volume up button, then the volume down button, and then press and hold the side button until the screen disappears. After a few seconds, the Apple logo will appear and the iPhone 13 will restart.
How to start and exit recovery mode on iPhone 13
If your iPhone 13 freezes with the Apple logo while you're turning it on (the progress bar doesn't even show up), or if you get a red or blue screen, you'll have to recover your iPhone in recovery mode. not. With recovery mode, you can connect a frozen iPhone to your computer to recover software and operating conditions. Here I would like to touch on the importance of regular iPhone backups. If you've tried recovery mode or other methods to recover your iPhone and it still doesn't work, you may have to ask Apple Support to replace it. In that case, you will regret not having a backup. To put your iPhone 13 in recovery mode, connect it to your PC or Mac. For PCs or Macs with MacOS prior to Mojave, iTunes needs to be installed. If you have a Mac with Catalina or later macOS, just open the Finder. When you connect to your computer, you will be asked if you trust it on your iPhone screen. Tap Trust and enter your passcode when prompted. Once your iPhone is connected to your computer, press the following keys one by one. Volume up, volume down, side button long press. Press and hold and wait for a while, then the computer and cable picture will appear on the iPhone screen. Also, on the computer side, a pop-up will open asking if you want to update or restore your iPhone. Click Update and wait for your iPhone to update and restart. To manually exit recovery mode, press and hold the side button until the computer and cable icons disappear from the iPhone display.
Next page: What is DFU mode? How to enable (disable) on iPhone 13
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