AUSTIN — It was the end of an era.
The iPhone factory reset in June 2015 was one of the most embarrassing events in Apple’s history, prompting some to accuse Apple of allowing the company to turn a profit.
But it’s not quite the end.
In fact, it’s the beginning of another era for Apple, which is preparing to roll out its first iPhone under the Freedom Factory.
Apple said Tuesday that the factory reset will be a permanent feature that will be available for free to iPhone owners starting at 9 a.m.
ET on Friday.
But there are still some things you can do in order to keep your iPhone factory-reset device.
The device will be factory reset by default, and it will not come with an App Store or iCloud account.
And if you are not on an iPhone Factory reset plan, you will not be able to reset it.
Instead, you’ll have to contact Apple’s support team, and the company will reset your iPhone from your data, iTunes, iCloud, and other files.
That means you’ll lose your settings and other apps, and you will need to wipe your device completely, too.
Apple said it plans to release a new version of its Factory Reset app to let you reset your device when you have other devices that are factory resetting.
But it will only work on iPhones running iOS 11.1.
There are two options for the new app: Either the Apple Support website will give you instructions on how to reset the device, or you can download the app and install it on your phone.
While the new software will work, it is not yet compatible with iPhones running newer versions of iOS, such as iOS 11, or those running iOS 10.2.
Apple has said that it will make the reset process easier if you’re on a Factory Reset plan, but that’s not all it can do.
It will also make it easier to reset your phone, if you have any other iPhones that are Factory Resetting, and Apple says that if you don’t have a factory reset plan with a factory replacement or a different iPhone, you should still reset your devices.
Apple did not immediately respond to questions about the new Apple Factory Reset.