Tutorial to Fix Landscape problems on iPhone 6
Here we give you the solution to solve this landscape problem step by step.
Steps to repair iPhone 6 Landscape Problems
Some applications sometimes get stuck, and we usually just closing and relaunching the app to fix the problem. Here are the steps about how to force quit an application:
- Double tap the Home key button
- Swipe up on the application that’s not working properly
- Relaunch the application
If the screen is not rotating when you rotate the device, try following these steps:
- Slide from the bottom of the display screen into the Control Center
- Select the actual Orientation Lock button and then switch it from “ON” to “OFF”
If the two methods is still not working the other method you can do is restart your device. The easiest way to restart the iPhone is try to turn it on and off again, by following these simple steps:
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button, up to the red slider appears. Drag the slider in order to turn your device completely off. After the device turns off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button again up to you see the Apple logo.
You have to force restart your iPhone 6 as a last effort, and only if the device is still not responding. To force restart your device, press and hold both the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for ten seconds, up to you see the Apple logo.
If iPhone has been rebooted, the actual screen orientation should be normal again, however don’t forget for you to double-check this configurations again.