How to Factory Reset iPhone 6
Here we are explaining about How to factory reset iphone 6. Reset iphone 6 is very easy task. Here see about how to factory reset iphone 6. Whether you have an iphone 6 or 6 plus, or an older model, the easiest way to factory reset your iphone is to use icloud.
How to Factory reset iphone 6
Below see how to factory reset iPhone 6
Step 1: Prepare your iPhone for Restoration
If you have iOS 10.3 or later, go into your iPhone Settings menu — Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud, or go to Settings > iCloud for an older version of iOS — and turn on the items you’d like to back up.
We suggest you choose to back up almost everything, but particularly your Photos, Mail, Contacts, and Notes.
Once you have chosen what you would like to back up (and keep in mind that anything you do not back up will be lost forever once you perform the reset), scroll down until you find the Backup button with the green icon.
Click it and turn on iCloud Backup with the toggle switch. Then, if you’re connected to Wi-Fi, you will be able to back up now. Keep in mind that it will take a few minutes.
Step 2: Access the Reset menu
Tap the main Settings icon when viewing the home screen, select General from the resulting menu, and tap the Reset button at the bottom of the resulting page.
Step 3: Reset your iPhone
Tap the blue Erase All Content and Settings option near the top, followed by the red Erase iPhone option in the resulting pop-up window to confirm your decision.
Step 4: Restore your iPhone
Once the reset process is complete — a process that may take up to several minutes — check to ensure your phone has been restored to its original factory settings. If done correctly, you’ll once again be presented with the iOS Setup Assistant upon startup, from which you can then restore your phone from a backup or continue the process as if you were setting it up anew.
You’ll have to log in and set up your iPhone from scratch once it has been factory reset. The prompts will ask you whether you want to restore from your iCloud account, set up a completely fresh phone without any of your previous settings, or use iTunes and a PC to put your old content onto the phone again.