Appleown operating system iOS and iPadOS satisfies users with its stability and high performance. Software problems and crashes are not often encountered in these systems. However, sometimes there is a need to format the system.
The first method iPhone users resort to when there is a serious problem is iPhone Reset, that is, formatting. How to format for all iPhone models in the most current form?
How to do iPhone formatting (reset)?
With a factory restore process, information and settings on your iPhone, iPad or iPod are erased and ready to be restored.
Before starting this process, it is important to back up your important data and photos. You can use iTunes or iCloud to make a backup.
Formatting using a computer
First of all, if you are using a Mac or Windows PC, make sure you are using the latest version of iTunes. After backing up the data on your iPhone, iPad or iPod, import the backup file to external media.
#1: First on your device Settings> Your Name> Find by going to the section iPhone’umu Bul feature of close. Resetting with this feature on can not be done.
#2: If you are using a mac Finder‘open i. Or if you are using a Mac or a PC with macOS Mojave or earlier Open iTunes.
#3: Connect your iPhone to your computer.
#4: If a message is displayed asking for your device password, or Trust This Computer? If you get the alert, follow the steps on the screen. After this confirmation, your device will be displayed.
#5: If there is nothing left that you haven’t backed up, iPhone’a Restore Click.
#6: In the check box that appears RestoreSelect.
#7: This process may vary depending on your internet speed and computer performance, your device will be completely erased and the latest iOS, iPadOS or iPod software will be installed.
Formatting iPhone that won’t turn on
Damage to the phone software prevents the device from turning on in some cases. If the Apple logo does not pop up when turning on the phone, it means the iOS system is crashed.
#1: In this case, connect your phone to your computer with a USB cable and open iTunes.
#2: Press the home key and power key at the same time, depending on your phone model.
IPad models without a Home button: Briefly press the Volume Up button. Briefly press the Volume Down button. Press the upper button and hold it until the reboot process starts. Keep holding the Top button until your device enters recovery mode.
iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone Xs series, iPhone 11 series, and iPhone 12 series: Briefly press the Volume Up button. Briefly press the Volume Down button. Next, hold down the Side button until you see the recovery mode screen.
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPod touch (7th generation): Press and hold the Volume Down button with the Top (or Side) button at the same time. Keep holding both buttons until you see the recovery mode screen.
IPad, iPhone 6s or earlier and iPod touch (6th generation) or earlier models with a Home button: Press and hold the Home button and the Top (or Side) button at the same time. Keep holding both buttons until you see the recovery mode screen.
#3: When you see the Restore or Update options UpdateSelect. Your computer will try to reinstall the software without erasing your data. Wait while the software for your device is downloaded by your computer. If the download takes more than 15 minutes and your device exits the recovery mode screen, wait until the download is finished and repeat step 2.
How to format (reset) iPhone? We have come to the end of our guide. If you have any problems in these methods, you can send us your question by writing a comment.