Does your iPhone work slowly? Tired up of having your iPhone running slow? Want to speed up your iPhone? Want to know what are the tips to increase iPhone speed? You can Boost your iPhone speed by following some tweaks. This seems to happen mostly when your iPhone is older or your iPhone is not up to date.
It is usual that with time being your iPhone getting slow even having the latest iOS version. But don’t worry, you will know how to speed up your iPhone by following few tips by which you can easily speed up your iPhone.
Tips to boost your iPhone speed
1. Update your iPhone to the most recent version of iOS
This will fix some problems and may speed up your iPhone. (Some earlier iPhone like iPhone 4 will not be working properly with this). you can check whether your iPhone is up to date with the latest iOS version by going into Settings> General> Software Update.
2. Close your running applications
Applications currently running on your iPhone may slow down your iPhone’s speed. So it is recommended to close the running applications. This can be done by a Double tap on the Home Button of your iPhone and swipe up all the application running behind. You can also read how to close running apps on iPhone.
3. Restart your iPhone
Restart your iPhone if it is very much slow. Just hold your iPhone’s power button and then swipe to your screen to make it switched off. Wait for 10-15 seconds and then restart it by again pressing and holding the power button. This refreshes your iPhone and definitely speed up your iPhone.
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4. Delete unwanted Apps
Keep at least 1GB free space on your iPhone so that it function smoothly. If you don’t have free space, This slowdown processing of your iPhone. you can check it by going to General> Usage> Manage Storage. You can delete those apps which are taking more storage capacity accordingly and not used by you frequently.
5. Delete Safari’s browsing history and data
Regularly keep on clearing your Safari’s History and Data. This stores your history which may slow down your iPhone’s speed. You can easily clear browsing history by going to Settings> Safari> Clear history and data.
6. Turn off Reduce Motions
This feature gives you good visual effects but may slow down your iPhone’s speed. You can turn off it by going to Settings> General> Accessibitity> Reduce Motion. Turn it off.
7. Turn off Transparency
Transparency also helps in good visual effects and gives you clear view but if your iPhone seems to be slow then turn it off. Settings> General> Accessibility> Increase Contrast.
8. Turn off Auto Updates of apps
Auto updates often slow down your iPhone’s speed so turn it off. Settings> iTunes & App Store> Turn off updates.
9. Use cache cleaner apps
When you want to keep your iPhone run like a new one, you need to regularly clear cache of your iPhone. Many apps are available in the app store. I suggest you use either Magic Phone Cleaner or Power Clean. Above image will show you clearing cache with Magic phone cleaner app.
10. Clean iPhone using iMyfone Umate Pro
iMyFone Umate Pro will clean your iPhone junk files, temporary files and unused app and much more. It will definitely improve your iPhone speed. It will also help you to permanently erase iPhone files to free up memory storage. Read: How to use iMyFone Umate Pro to erase iPhone files completely. WhatVwant readers get a special discount on iMyFone Umate Pro.
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By following these simple points you can speed up your iPhone.
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