How to power on, power off, and force restart iPhone SE 2020

Apple released iPhone SE 2020 on April 15th, introducing its best specs in the most affordable price tag. The phone offers a wide range of specs, some of which are too advanced for a phone with its price. It comes equipped with A13 Bionic chip, the same as iPhone 11, and many other new features with an older iPhone 8 exterior.

If you got your hands on the new iPhone SE, you might need to familiarize yourself with basic operations like restarting, force restarting, entering recovery mode, enter DFU mode, and much more.

iPhone SE 2020

All iPhone SE users will need to use these features sometime. Here’s how to manage your iPhone SE:

How to Power Off iPhone SE 2020

There are two ways you can power off your iPhone SE:


Step 1: Press and hold the side button on the right side of your iPhone until you see the Slide to Power Off option on your screen.

Step 2: Slide the slider to turn off your phone.


Step 1: Go to Settings > General. 

Step 2: Tap on Shut Down.

Step 3: Slide to Power Off your phone.

How to Power On iPhone SE 2020

Press and hold the lock button on the right side to turn on your phone to power on your iPhone SE.

If your phone’s battery died, first plug in your charger and let it charge for some time before turning it on.

How to Restart iPhone SE 2020

Here is how you can restart your iPhone SE:

Step 1: Press and hold the Side Button until the option to power off appears.

Step 2: Slide the bar to power off your phone.

Step 3: Once your device powers off, press and hold the Side button until the Apple Logo appears.

Step 4: Wait for your phone to start.

Note: If your phone does not start after following the above steps, try plugging it into a charger for sometime as the battery might need to be charged.

How to Force Restart iPhone SE 2020

Many users experience problems with their phones which requires them to force restart them. Here’s how you can force restart your iPhone SE.

Step 1: Press and release your Volume Up Button.

Step 2: Press and release the Volume Up Button.

Step 3: Press and hold the side button on your phone for approximately 10 seconds.

Step 4: Wait for it to reboot until you see a black screen, then release the button.

Note: You will have to make sure to follow each of these steps in rapid succession.

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