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If your app becomes unresponsive, you can turn it off from the multitasking center. Double tap the Home button and swipe left or right until you’ve found the offending app. Swipe it upwards off the screen and it should close.
If your iPhone has become so unresponsive that even the Home button does not work, you can force it to restart. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button at the top until a red slider appears. Slide it to power off the device.
As a last resort, you can try a more forceful approach. This should only be done if the previous method does not work, as it isn’t exactly great for your phone’s software.
Press and hold the top-side Sleep/Wake button and the Homebutton at the same time. Hold for 10 seconds, or until the Apple logo appears.
This method can also be used if your device is not turning on, or not coming out of standby mode.
Connect your iPhone to a computer and open iTunes. If it pops up as connected, click Restore on the Summary pane. Restore your device to factory settings and then set your iPhone up as new.
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If all that fails, you can always take your iPhone back to the Apple store and ask for a replacement.
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