I’ve had my iPhone 6s 2 years and I feel that it's running slow, is there a process that I can use to clear out old hidden files and try to increase my general speed? Thanks for any advice.
It is also inevitable that iOS device will run slowly after you use it for long time. Many user says iPhone is slow or lagging, especially after they upgrade to iOS 11. Some of them complain about iPhone frozen. If this also sounds like your predicament, have you ever thought about how to solve iPhone running slowly issue? Don’t be anxious, following are potential suggestions that can help you get out this plight.
Solutions to iPhone running slowly issue:
- Quit background Apps
Close background app by using finger to swipe it off the top of the screen.
- Clear iPhone storage space
Manage your videos and photos or other unnecessary files as they are taking up much storage on your iPhone.
- Delete useless applications
Head to Settings > General > iPhone Storage and you'll see a descending list of what's taking up memory on your iPhone. Delete useless applications to free up iPhone space.
- Good using habit
Using your iPhone in a friendly way, including making or receiving calls, charging, gaming or other operations.
- Trying to update
Head to Settings > General > Software Update, and if there's a available software update, download and install it.
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If your iPhone is frozen or won’t turn on
- Force restart your device
Force restart iPhone by holding down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time. Keep holding them down for seconds.
- Charge your device
Plug in your device and let it charge for up to one hour. If you don't see the charging screen within an hour, check and make sure that everything is plugged in firmly, free of debris, and not damaged.
- Connect your iPhone to iTunes
Connect your device to a computer and open iTunes and get your iPhone into recovery mode.
- Contact Apple support
If above solutions can’t help you, you can contact Apple support or go to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider for help.