The iPhone 14 series is new. The new lineup eliminates iPhone Mini and adds iPhone 14 Plus. Now, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max stand out. Here’s how to reset your iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro.
All iPhone data is erased when you perform a factory reset. Creating a backup copy of all your data on iCloud or your PC or MacBook is recommended.
Why reset iPhone 14?
Many people reset their iPhones before selling or giving them to a family member. Another reason is if the latest iOS update is causing too many issues.[quads id=2]
This guide helps you reset your iPhone 14.
How to reset iPhone 14 and 14 Pro
You can erase or reset your iPhone 14 in two ways. The iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max are supported. We’ve also included steps to take if you’re having WiFi or cellular network issues.
- Your iPhone has to have a 50% or greater battery charge.
- Have the password and email address for your Apple ID.
- Back up your data to iCloud or your PC.
Reset iPhone 14 from Settings App
Using the Settings app’s factory reset option is one way to reset your iPhone 14. Before resetting, back up all your data.
- Launch the Settings app from your device’s home screen.
- Tap on the General option.
- Now, you need to select the Transfer or Reset iPhone.
- Choose the option that says, Erase All Content and Settings.
- The device will ask you to enter the password for your Apple ID.
- Once the password has been entered, the reset process will begin.
- At this time, all of your data stored on the onboard storage device will be cleared out.
- Within a few minutes, the reset will be completed and your iPhone 14 will boot up the setup screen.
Reset iPhone 14 via PC or Mac
You can reset your iPhone 14 on your PC. Follow these steps.
- Power up your device and connect it to your PC using the USB cable.
- If you are using a Mac running macOS 10.15 or newer:
- From the Dock, click on the Finder icon.
- Click on the iPhone button from the Finder sidebar.
- Now, clock on General followed by Restore iPhone.
- If you’re using a Windows PC or Mac running macOS 10.14 or older, do the following:
- Download the latest version of iTunes.
- Click on the iPhone button located at the top left of the window.
- Select Summary and then choose Restore iPhone.
- And this is how you can reset an iPhone. You can also use this method to create a backup for your iPhone 14 before performing a reset for your device.
Reset iPhone 14 via iCloud
Apple’s iPhone 14 can be remotely erased. Your iPhone must be online. How to remotely reset an iPhone
- Log into iCloud.com and click on Find my iPhone.
- Next, click on All Devices and then choose your device from the list that you wish to erase.
- Click on Erase Device.
- Enter the Apple ID password. The reset will begin performing right away.
- If your device is offline, the reset process will begin as and when the device connects back to the internet.
Reset Network Settings on iPhone 14
If your iPhone 14 has WiFi or cellular network issues, a network reset is preferable to a full reset. Steps:
- Open the Settings app and tap on general.
- Now, select Transfer or reset Device.
- Choose Reset followed by Reset Network Settings.
- All your saved WiFi networks, APN as well as VPN settings will be erased right away.
These are the different ways to reset your iPhone 14. We hope this iPhone 14 reset guide helps. Please leave questions or comments below.