This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation.
The iPhone 11 series is finally out. Since the "iPhone X" 2 years ago, the home button has been removed, and the way of operation has changed a lot. Some users who have changed from the old model may not know how to turn off the power (shutdown procedure).
Before the iPhone 8 and earlier models. you could turn it off by holding down the right side button (Traditional Sleep/Power Button). The iPhone 11, on the other hand, has "Starting Siri" assigned to it. You may worry, 'So I can't turn off the iPhone 11?' but don't worry. That's not true.
On iPhone XS, you can turn off the main unit by pressing and holding "side button" and "volume button" at the same time. The volume button can be raised or lowered.
▲By simultaneously pressing the side buttons on the right side and... (Follow in the image below)
▲either of the volume up/down buttons, you can turn it off.
The method of forced reboot is the same until the iPhone 8. First press and release the "Volume Up" button. Then press and release the "Volume Down" button. Finally, press and hold the right side button until you see the Apple logo, and it will force a reboot.
If your iPhone freezes and doesn't take any action, you might want to try a forced reboot.
This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.