iPhone 14 is the newest addition to Apple’s iPhone series, it has some unique features that are not seen in its predecessors, such as crash detection. If you are one of the users who purchased this new model and are looking to restore or update it due to some mishap, follow this article on how to get in and out of iPhone 14 Recovery mode.
How to Put iPhone 14 in Recovery Mode and Get Out of It
Recover Mode is a method through which you can restore your iPhone to working condition in case some issue occurs. Problems may occur due to bugs that couldn’t be detected in most software, including iTunes. But putting it on the Recovery mode will make the bug detectable.
How to Put iPhone 14 in the Recovery Mode
- This first step requires you to connect your phone to iTunes or Finder, which you can do by inserting a lightning cable on your phone and the Mac.
- Your iPhone will ask you if you trust this computer or not, choose “Trust“.
- Now quickly press the volume up and volume down button, then press and hold the power button.
- Till you see a “support.apple.com/iphone/restore” written on the upper part of your iPhone and a picture of the tab and cable on your screen.
- You have successfully entered Recovery mode. If you are using iTunes you’ll see two options, update and restore.
- When you choose to update, all your data stays intact.
- But when you choose to restore, all your data will get erased, and your phone will go into factory mode.
How to Get Out of Recovery Mode
Press and hold the power button till everything disappears and the iPhone 14 starts to reboot.
When to Use Recovery Mode
- If your iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo or going through a continuous series of boot loops.
- While upgrading or restoring your iPhone, it got stuck on the loading bar or couldn’t complete due to a low battery or any other external issue.
This is all you need to do to enter or get in and get out of the Recovery mode in iPhone 14, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max to restore or update your Apple device. In the meantime, check out our other articles on How to put your iPhone or iPad into Recovery Mode if you are handling any other model than iPhone 14.