Last Updated on Jul 24, 2021
What should I do when I’m not using my iPhone? So Why should I shut down my iPhone? Following all cases are most important to turn Off iPhone. Whenever you are out of coverage or sub-regional area where the network signal is weak or unavailable, you must shut down your iPhone in this critical condition. If you don’t do this, then your Phone may be searching network even it’s not accessible, and so that your Phone battery drains fast.
Second condition: sometimes some of the features won’t work as you expected on that moments your must action the shutdown and then re-start. More than 90% of glitches (including App crashing, GPS not working, and much more) can solve through turn off iPhone and then turn on.
Turn off iPhone 12 Pro Max and Any iPhones
Method #1: Shutdown iPhone XS Max using Power button Side button + Volume Button
Step #1. Press and hold the Side button and either the Volume button until the slider appears.
Step #2. Next, Drag the Slider to the right to turn off your iPhone 12 Pro Max entirely Off.
This hint will help you turn off your device when your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR are frozen and do not respond.
That’s it! So this is the first way to turn iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR off. You can get a second method below. In addition, you also look at how to Power iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR ON again.
Method #2: Turn iPhone 12 Pro Max/ Turn off iPhone XR without side button/ volume button
Wow, the nifty trick to turn off iPhone 12 Pro Max completely powers off. This way is handy for users who have the phone side button that won’t work correctly, and lazy guys can press the side button until the slider appears on the screen. Right? Let’s start with how to do this?
Step #1. Open up Settings looks like a gear icon.
Step #2. Tap General, then scroll down the screen until the end settings tab
Step #3. Hit on Shutdown, and you can appear slider, so drag it to turn iPhone Off.
The second tip can use all users who are running on the latest iOS. Let’s get here iOS 15 compatible devices
You guys stay tuned to get much more tips on the Apple Products blog and YouTube Channel.