While the December 12th release date for the iPhone XS has been here since last week, another question has been plaguing the internet: Can you get the new iPhone XS in DFU mode?
iPhone DFU Mode Explained How to Use & Enter DFU Mode on iPhone
Apple allows their customers to use a factory reset whenever they want and believe it or not a few people don’t know exactly how to use it. Apple has changed many settings to enable the possibility of needing to restore from firmware but you really need to know how to do that and you’re welcome to click HERE for further details on how to sync the device to iTunes. Now we’ll get into how to enter and exit DFU mode on an iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8.
You may have already learned or experienced the same problem: iOS 11 tries to load previous apps and settings, sometimes right when you’re trying to restore from firmware, sometimes a little later. It’s not a big deal, really, but it’s a bummer if you’re trying to work, it takes too long.
If you’re a DIY person, you’ll probably want to skip this section; we’re specifically talking about the people who simply wipe their devices clean and then restore them without messing with this feature. Regardless, if you’re on the fence, read on for instructions for how to enter and exit DFU mode on an iPhone.