You can hard reset the iPhone XS to reset the iOS operating system to factory settings and wipe all data from the smartphone. iPhone XS users often hard reset before selling the device or handing it over to someone else so their data is not shared. You may also want to try a hard reset to troubleshoot software-related problems.
This tutorial demonstrates how to hard reset the iPhone XS smartphone.
How to Hard Reset iPhone XS
You can hard reset the iPhone XS smartphone from the General Section of the Settings app. Here is how:
1. With the iPhone XS turned on, tap Settings > General.
2. Tap Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.
3. Tap Erase iPhone.
4. Enter the passcode.
The data will now be wiped and the factory settings will be restored.
If you are not able to get access to your Android operating system’s Settings app, you can hard reset from iTunes instead. Here is how:
1. Connect the iPhone XS to the desktop with its USB cable.
2. Open iTunes on the desktop.
3. Select iPhone in the iTunes left menu.
4. Click Restore.
5. Click Restore and Update.
6. Click Set up as a new iPhone.
In conclusion, that is how to hard reset the iPhone XS.
November 29, 2022 @ 06:53
I have been having some issues with my iPhone XS touchscreen. I am able to turn the iPhone XS on and off and the screen goes black and lights up the software as you would expect. But sometimes after I turned on it on, the touch screen doesn’t work. I drag my fingers and nothing. I went on a road trip before I noticed this and think maybe the heat inside the car did something. I would have thought the heat would affect the hardware and not the software though so hard to tell if it is just paranoia. Maybe it isn’t related to heat and there is something else I can do that I’m missing. Anyway, an Apple forum directed me here for a hard reset. I tried your guide. I was able to hard reset but I still have the lack of touch registering. Not sure what to do next. I really don’t want to send it to Apple. I’d rather just buy another phone.
November 29, 2022 @ 06:56
If the hard reset didn’t work, you need to take it to Apple for a service. It might be related to the hardware. It might also be related to the software, and they may update it for you.