How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings

Author Spencer Mcfadden By Spencer Mcfadden, on February 7, 2020, in iPhone Problems

Q: How can I put my iPhone 6s to manufacturer settings?


Somehow my iPhone 6s battery draining fast all at a sudden. I upgraded iOS to the max capable version but still no vail. Now my friend tell me to reset my iPhone 6s to manufacturer settings, which restore the device to default. But how I can do this?


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Alternatively referred to as a factory reset or factory restore, manufacturer setting for iPhone is the state when it was first purchased from the manufacturer. Resetting / Restoring an iPhone back to its manufacturer settings means everything is erased from the hard drive and replaced by the original software, and iOS operating system (See Restore Or Reset iPhone -- What Are The Differences).

A manufacturer reset is often performed before an iPhone is getting to sold. In some cases, manufacturer resetting iPhone can also help resolve common iPhone/iOS software issues or eliminate the previous user's profile and personal data. In this article, we discuss how to reset an iPhone to manufacturer settings.

Table of Content:

Pre-Check List Before Manufacturer Resetting iPhone

Before continuing to reset your iPhone to manufacturer settings, let's clarify that the manufacturer settings (or factory reset/factory restore) is not for troubleshoot minor/general iOS/iPhone software problems. If you just want to fix common iOS problems, we have complete guide for you. Here are more detailed pre-checks that can help you reset iPhone to manufacturer settings.

  1. Important: A manufacturer reset/factory reset erases all your data from your iPhone. So always backing up your iPhone prior to manufacturer restoring it.
  2. Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes on your Mac or PC. If you can't access a computer, you can erase and restore your iPhone without a computer.

How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings

You can reset your iPhone to manufacturer settings with iTunes or by using Fix My iPhone - an expert iPhone/iOS System Recovery software designed to solve 20+ common iPhone problems. First up, let's learn how to reset an iPhone to manufacturer settings with iTunes (10 Ways To Fix iPhone Battery Draining Fast All of a Sudden).

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    Step 1:

    Make sure you are running the latest version of iTunes > Connect your iPhone 4/4s/5/6/7/8 to your PC/Mac computer > Open iTunes >  Click the iPhone device icon:

    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 1
    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 1
  2. 2
    Step 2:

    Go to iTunes > Device Summary > Choose Restore iPhone option to start resetting/restoring your iPhone to manufacturer settings.

    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 2
    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 2
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    Step 3:

    Click Restore again to confirm. Then iTunes will start resetting your iPhone to manufacturer settings. By doing so, iTunes will erase your iPhone and installs the latest iOS software.

    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 3
    How To Reset iPhone To Manufacturer Settings Step 3

The Bottom Line

Now can you reset your iPhone to its default manufacturer settings with our suggestions above? If you still have any iPhone Resetting/Restoring problems, feel free to leave a message in comment box and we are happy to help. One more thing, for common iPhone malfunctioning issues, it's suggested to use Fix My iPhone instead of resetting your iPhone to manufacturer settings. Free Download To Have A Try >


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