Showing posts with label Speed Up iPhone 7. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Speed Up iPhone 7. Show all posts

Monday, September 18, 2017

Emmanuel Akor

Top 6 Tips to Speed ​​Up iPhone 7 (Plus)

iPhone does not apply to phones that start to work more slowly one month after purchase. But from each rule there are exceptions. The reason for the slowdown of the iPhone may be old or full of bugs software, demanding application resources or simple visual illusion. In any case, follow our instructions, and you will definitely make your iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus or the earlier model work at maximum speed.

Top 6 Tips to Speed Up iPhone 7 (Plus): 


1. Accelerate the animation


Perhaps your iPhone just looks slow. Animations can visually inhibit the work of the smartphone. This is especially evident on the iPhone 7. If you are sensitive to such things, perhaps you should turn off the animation in the user interface.

Go to Settings> General> Universal access> Reduce traffic. After activating this animation option when opening applications, folders, etc. will be disabled.

2. Upgrade to the latest version


If you have not updated the iPhone software since the purchase, now is the time to do it. You can assume that updating to the latest version of the OS will slow down the phone, but this is just a city legend. For older models, it really was this: they were not fast enough to cope with the new features of iOS.

But these days it's different. Apple is aware of such problems, so they optimize updates for all versions of the iPhone, not just the latter; in addition, the hardware of the iPhone, even two years ago, is quite modern.

If you have performance issues, this may be caused by errors in applications or Apple software that have been fixed in newer versions. In addition, timely updates are optimal from a security perspective.

Therefore, without delay, open Settings> General> Software Update and update the software components to the latest versions.

3. Soft Reset


A simple solution in case of insufficient performance can be a soft iPhone reset. Just press and hold the power button and "Home" until the smartphone reboots. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the algorithm looks a bit different: here you need to hold down the Home button and decrease the volume.

This will not reset your settings and data. There will be only an imperceptible reconfiguration of some invisible parts for the user. If the degradation of your phone was caused by a faulty or malicious application, this should help.

4. Check the list of background tasks


iOS is usually very good at managing background tasks. However, sometimes they can get out of hand. In some cases, programs use technical tricks to constantly work on the background - so, among other things, the Facebook application arrives. One way to solve this problem is to disable background execution for applications that do not need it.

Go to Settings> General> Update content and turn off access to applications like Facebook.

5. Clear the application cache


Caching data in the cache can slow down your iPhone and take up disk space. Unfortunately, this is not very easy to do. iOS does not provide an easy way to clear the cache, so you'll have to deal with each application separately (and not all of them include this feature). In popular applications like Dropbox and Google, you can usually find such an option in the settings.

Often the large size reaches the cache of Safari. To clear it, go to Settings> Safari and click "Clear history and site data".

To find out how much space applications are occupied, use Settings> General> Storage and iCloud. To clear the application cache that does not allow you to do this through the built-in options, you will have to remove them and reinstall them from the App Store.

6. Reset iPhone


The last tool is reset the iPhone. If none of the above is helpful, there may be something wrong with the software itself. And in connection with the overall closeness of the iOS system, the only solution in this case is to reset the iPhone to its factory state.

Before doing this, be sure to back up your data with iTunes or iCloud. For best results, however, we recommend not restoring your phone via iTunes, but start again by installing only the necessary applications.

To reset, go to Settings> General> Reset . Select the option "Erase content and settings" .

How is your iPhone?


How do you follow your iPhone? Do you have a special way to maintain its performance? Tell us about it in the comments below.
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