When something goes wrong with your iPhone, the first thing that you would do is simply turn it off. Now, when it does not fix the problem, the next step take is to restart the device. On the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, restarting means holding the Sleep/Wake button until the ‘slide to power off’ options comes on and then slide to power it off. However, what about when even that does not work. That is when you will need to do a hard reset iPhone 6.
In case you enter a wrong passcode on your iPhone 6 six times continuously, the phone will be locked out. You will see a message pop up on your iPhone 6 that says your iPhone is disabled. Learn how to fix it below. The ways below just allow you to reset your iPhone 6 and remove the password. There isn’t a way to save your data unless you made a backup before. Below are the 4 main ways to reset your iPhone 6 when locked:
This way can be used if you haven’t synced your iPhone 6 with iTunes or enabled Find My iPhone.
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