How To Reset Your IPhone To Its Factory Settings
If you're selling your iPhone or sending it in for repairs, you'll want to reset it to its factory settings. This will delete all of your data and settings, and return the phone to its original state.
To reset your iPhone to its factory settings, open the Settings app and tap on General. Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap on Reset. You'll see a few different options for resetting your iPhone; choose the one that's right for you.
If you're resetting your iPhone because you're selling it, you'll want to choose the "Erase All Content and Settings" option. This will delete everything from your iPhone, including your contacts, photos, and apps.
If you're resetting your iPhone because it's having problems, you may want to try the "Reset All Settings" option first. This will keep your data, but it will delete your settings and preferences.
Once you've chosen the option you want, tap on the "Erase iPhone" button and enter your passcode to confirm. Your iPhone will now erase all of its data and settings and restart.
You may find that you need to reset your iPhone to its factory settings at some point. Whether you're selling your phone and want to wipe your personal data, or you're simply troubleshooting some issues you're experiencing, a factory reset is a good solution. Here's how to do it!
First, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Scroll down and tap "General."
Next, scroll to the bottom of the General settings page and tap "Reset."
You'll see a variety of reset options. Tap "Erase All Content and Settings."
You'll be prompted to enter your passcode. Do so, and then tap "Erase iPhone."
Once your iPhone has been reset, you'll need to set it up as new. Follow the prompts on the screen to do so.
And that's all there is to it! A factory reset will wipe all of your data and settings, so be sure to back up your iPhone before you do this. But if you're looking to start fresh, a factory reset is a great way to do it.