The Apple iPhone is designed to be safe, secure, and super fast. The level of performance that you can extract out of an iPhone is unparalleled to any competition, and the best part is that the device maintains the highest level of security while breezing through tasks.
However, there are times where a software update gets buggy and this causes a few features to misbehave. In such cases, Apple releases a fix in a very short time, but if you are not in a position to wait, another solution that can help fix this bug is the reset feature.
Now, resetting an iPhone from within the device is actually possible, but you need the Apple ID credentials. Now, if you are not able to recollect the passcode or if your iPhone is just not in a state to respond, there is another way.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to reset an iPhone to factory settings without the Apple ID.
Step 1. Open the iTunes app on your Mac/Windows PC.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to the PC/Laptop using the standard Apple USB cable.
Step 3. Once your iPhone is detected, click on its name on the iTunes panel.
Step 4. Click on the ‘Restore‘ button.
Step 5. Click the ‘Restore‘ button again on the confirmation screen.
In a few minutes, your iPhone will be restored to factory settings. Make sure you keep the iPhone connected at all times through this process. A stable internet connection is also recomended.