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" released by Apple on November 3. Luckily, you've got one, but you probably don't know how to turn it off.
conventional iPhones, you could turn off the phone by holding down the right side button (Legacy Sleep/Power Button). The iPhone X, on the other hand, has "Launch Siri" assigned to its behavior. You may be worried that 'Can't the iPhone X be turned off?' but don't worry. Not at all.
On the iPhone X, you can turn off the main unit by pressing "Side Button" and "Volume Button" at the same time. The volume can be either of the two.
The left volume button (Either top or bottom is fine.) at the same time.
On the other hand, the forced reboot method is the same as for the iPhone 8. First, press and release the "turn up the volume" button. Then press and release the "turn down the volume" button immediately. Finally, hold down the side button until you see the Apple logo, and it will force a reboot. If your iPhone freezes and doesn't accept any action, you can try a forced reboot.
Also, the way to turn it on is the same as the iPhone 8 and earlier.
Perhaps because of a feature change in the iPhone X, Apple has changed the name of the iPhone's right button from the traditional Sleep/Power button to "Side Button" (Official site says it applies to iPhone 7 and later).
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