Taps on the screen go unnoticed. Panic swipes are not registered. Hectic keystrokes are ignored.
If your iPhone ($ 999 in sprint) gets stuck, frozen, or otherwise unresponsive, a normal reboot may not resolve the issues. Your next step is a reboot. Do not worry, it will not erase anything on your iPhone.
If you recently upgraded to an iPhone XS, you may have discovered that the old Force Restart method no longer works. And if you never knew the old method or could not remember it, then let us check it out.
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Hold down at least the Home and Page buttons (or above, depending on the model) for 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
Apple has changed the way for emergency calls with the iPhone X and iPhone 8. Since the side key and one of the volume keys are kept pressed during this process, the force must be restarted. Routine changed as a result. Restarting an iPhone X, XS, XS Max or iPhone 8 requires a three-button procedure:
- Short press the volume button
- Press the volume button
- and hold it down until the screen turns off and on then turned back on. You can release the page key when the Apple logo is displayed.
Last option: Reinstall iOS
If your iPhone is really confused and can not be started, you may need to reinstall the operating system. To do this, connect your iPhone to your computer and start iTunes. Next, force-restart your iPhone, but do not release the button (s) when the Apple logo appears. Instead, press and hold until you see the recovery mode screen – the iTunes logo and lightning port screen.
If you see this screen on your iPhone, you should see a window in iTunes on your computer to restore or update your iPhone. Click Update and iTunes reinstalls iOS – without deleting your settings, apps, and data.
If the update does not work, you'll need to choose Restore. This erases all your data, reinstalls iOS, and prompts you to restore a backup to iTunes or iCloud that you hopefully created in the past.
More information: How to Secure Your iPhone  Editor's Note: This story was originally published on March 8, 2018 and since then has been updating the publications of the iPhone XS and XS Max.