You must thoroughly wipe your data and account information from your iPhone 13 before giving it away or selling it. It’s simple to perform a “factory reset” on an iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, or iPhone 13 Pro Max in Settings.
Backup Your Data Before Resetting
Make sure you have a copy of your iPhone 13 on hand before doing a factory reset. Use Finder on a Mac, iTunes on a PC, or iCloud to accomplish this. Additionally, you can use Quick Start to directly transfer the info from your iPhone 13 to a new gadget.
How to Reset Your iPhone 13 and Erase All Content
- Open the Settings app first to do a factory reset and remove all data from your iPhone 13.
- Go to Settings and choose “General.”
- Select “Transfer or Reset iPhone” at the bottom of the General section.
- “Erase All Content and Settings” can be found under Transfer or Reset settings.
Confirm by selecting “Continue” on the following screen. Enter your Apple ID password or the passcode for your device if necessary. Your device will start the reset procedure and erase itself. When it’s finished, a welcome page will appear, allowing you (or the subsequent owner) to completely set up the device. Good fortune!