Some people would say that Apple is not a brand of smartphone they would want to use. Of course, Apple is a premium smartphone brand that you can own running the iOS operating system. But, some would argue that they find it hard to operate, in comparison to the Android operating system.
Actually, it only needs some getting used to before you can appreciate a premium device like Apple. The iPhone, for instance, is a great device, but it has some issues that may not be pleasing to first-time owners. Such would include being locked out after entering a wrong passcode. At worst, it can disable your device. But, there is no need to fret because you can fix it yourself. Just mimic the instructions stated below.
Take note that iTunes is your friend when you have an iPhone or iPad. So the first thing that you ought to do is to select a way to erase your device. If your device has been disabled, you can either sync your device with iTunes or connect with iTunes and use its recovery mode.
Erase Your Device With iTunes
- Connect your device to the computer you synced with the last time
- Open iTunes, if you will be asked for a passcode, try using another computer
- iTunes will sync your device and will create a backup
- Click the “Restore” button on the screen after syncing and backing up
- You have to tap the “Restore from iTunes backup” option
- Choose your device from iTunes
Erase With Recovery Mode
- Connect your device and open iTunes from your computer
- When device is connected, try to force restart it
- After seeing the option to Update or Restore, select “Restore”.
- Just wait for the process to conclude. Thus, you can now “Set Up” and use your iPhone
Take note that iPhones have different versions, such as iPhone 6, 7, 8, 8.1 and so on. So, you have to be cautious when you need to restart or go to the recovery mode screen.