If your iPhone is going through problems, you can find below the steps to restart iPhone without using the power button.
Restart iPhone Without Power Button
As you must be aware, the most commonly used troubleshooting step to fix an iPhone or iPad that is going through problems and performance issues is to simply restart the device.
Restarting iPhone can help in fixing problems by force-closing stuck processes, which might be interferring with proper functioning of the apps and preventing your device from performing at its best.
While you can restart iPhone using the Power, Home and Volume Down buttons, you may find it easy to restart iPhone using the Restart option as available within the Accessibility menu on your device.
1. Restart iPhone Using Assistive Touch
The Assistive Touch feature on iPhone provides the option to Add a virtual Home button that can be used to Power OFF and Restart any model of iPhone.
1. Go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch > AssistiveTouch > On the next screen, move the toggle next to AssistiveTouch to ON position.
2. You should now see an AssistiveTouch Icon appearing on the screen of your iPhone.
3. Tap on the AssistiveTouch Icon and this will launch the AssistiveTouch Menu on your iPhone.
4. Using the Assistive Touch Menu, go to Device > More and select the Restart option.
5. On the Confirmation pop-up, select the Restart option to confirm.
2. Restart iPhone Using Network Settings
If your iPhone is going through network related problems, you can both Restart and Reset Network Settings on your iPhone using the following steps.
1. Go to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > On the pop-up, select Reset Network Settings option.
2. On the next screen, enter your Lock Screen Password.
3. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Reset Network Settings to confirm.
Patiently wait for Network Settings on your device to be Reset back to Factory Default Settings, after which you will find your iPhone Restarting