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How to Reset Your iPhone 7 and 7 Plus? Here’s A Tutorial

iPhone users can now reset their system in two possible ways. You can check out the methods down below!

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may not present much of an innovative design, but they now possess some features that will please the average iPhone user. One of these features happens to be the new and improved Home button, which allows users to access their phone with just the touch of their fingertip.

In previous versions, iPhone users had to press the Home button if they wanted to access their songs, apps, documents, and much more. Now, they can perform a light tap or touch and voila, they have complete control over their device or devices.

Furthermore, there may come a time when iPhone users must reset their devices for typical troubleshooting problems. Together, we’ll take a look at how you can perform a reset for your iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

Performing a Forced Reset on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

  1. Hold the iPhone’s Power button, which is on its right side.

  1. Simultaneously holding the Power button, press and hold the Lower Volume/Volume Down button, which is on its left side.

  1. Performing the previous steps yields the result of your iPhone turning off and back on again, complete with the Apple logo.

Additionally, you can restart your iPhone and/or iPad without having to press any buttons.

Some Considerations before Resetting your iPhone 7 / 7 Plus

While it’s necessary to perform a reboot of your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for normal troubleshooting purposes, most users perform them under the pretense of extending their battery life, which is far from the case.

According to David Payette of Payette Forward, rebooting or resetting your iPhone could cause problems with its functionalities over time due to the fact that every reboot/reset causes brief severance between the phone’s logic board and its background processes, which control music playback, touch-capabilities, and so on.

Given this point, Mr. Payette warns that you should only reboot/reset your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus if you really need to, which means trying to fix any internal issues from becoming much worse.


The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus’s methods for rebooting its system seems quite helpful, although it’s hard to look past the possible issues that’ll happen if there are one too many reboots and resets. That being said, I’d suggest keeping an eye on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in order to be wary of potential issues.


What do you think about the process of rebooting your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus? Is it helpful? Is it useful? Were you unaware of the potential dangers? Let me know in the comments down below! Be sure to check out more content soon!

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