Apple Announces How To Restart Force iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

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Apple announced a new way that allows users to restart forcibly or reset hard on two new iPhone models, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. In previous generations, rebooting requires the user to press for a while the Sleep / Wake and Volume Down buttons.

The key pressing process that lasts for at least 10 seconds will display the Apple logo. Unfortunately, a similar method can not be used on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, because doing such actions will trigger the Emergency SOS feature.

In both the new iPhone models, users can scroll through the slide bar to make emergency calls, or set the phone to call 911 whenever the feature is accessed.

In addition to the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, users must perform these three steps to perform a hard reset.

The process involves rapid suppression of the Volume Up button, quick and short-term emphasis on the Volume Down button, as well as a momentary emphasis on the Side button or the power button until the Apple logo is visible.

To disable the phone, the user needs to press the Side or power button for a few seconds until the slide bar "Slide to power off" appears.

With the release of its newest operating system, iOS 11, users can take advantage of the Shut Down option in the Settings app to disable the device.

Although the price of the iPhone X component is quite expensive, Apple reportedly still get a big profit, in fact, greater than the sales profits Phone 7 last year.

Apple made a profit of US $ 418 per iPhone X valued at US $ 999, while the profit per iphone 7 with a selling price of US $ 649, for US $ 401.

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