The iPhone is the crown jewel of Apple’s product selection, and it has amassed a massive worldwide following as a result. iPhones are a must-have for both enthusiasts and business professionals, thanks to their highly honed features, great build quality, and closed-ended operating systems.
Even though there aren’t many circumstances in which your iPhone will experience an issue, when it does, things can quickly spiral out of control. If your iPhone has encountered an unexpected problem, there are a few things you may do to try to resolve the situation before bringing it into a service center. Assuming that the issue you are experiencing is a software-related one, the most effective solution is to conduct a factory reset on your phone.
There are 6 Reset options available in the iPhone reset settings.
Before we get into the explanations, this is how you access the reset options on your iPhone.
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Open the ‘Settings‘ app on your iPhone.
Tap on the ‘General‘ option from the Settings menu.
Finally, tap on the ‘Reset‘ option.
Now, let’s get into the explanations.
Number 1. Reset all Options.
This is the first option you will see and this is basically helpful when you want to reset all your stored passwords and In-app settings. This includes Wifi preferences, passwords for apps, networking settings, screen settings like dark mode and brightness, sound settings, home screen arrangement, system settings, and so on.