Thursday, September 2, 2021 09:10 AM (GMT + 7)
The iPhone after a period of use often encounters sluggish, frozen, or touch disturbances. Here are some simple ways to help you fix this problem.
The iPhone is a device famous for its stability and smoothness that far surpasses its competitors. Android. However, in many cases, the smartphone from the “Apple house” runs very slowly, freezes, shakes, crashes. The cause may be that the user installs too much software and applications on the machine, causing a software conflict; due to full memory or due to continuous use of the device for many hours to play games, listen to music, …
Yes iPhone If you come across this situation, you can apply some simple solutions below:
If your iPhone suddenly slows down or opens very light apps but also jerks, the easiest way to fix it is to try restarting the device. On iPhones with TouchID, you can press and hold the home and power buttons, or press and hold the volume up and power buttons on models that use FaceID to turn off the device.
After restarting the device, take some actions or try accessing the applications to see if the situation persists.
Close background apps
If there are many applications running in the background, it will also slow down your iPhone and cause stuttering. So, close the apps running in the background by going to Settings, select General. Then select Background app update> Off if you want to disable all background apps. In case you only want to disable some apps running in the background, you just need to switch each app to the Off state.
With apps that you rarely use, you should consider uninstalling them so your iPhone doesn’t slow down. To delete an application on the iPhone, press and hold the application on the home screen, tap the “x” and select Delete to confirm the removal of the application.
Delete photos and videos
Slow iPhone performance may also be due to phone capacity being full. So you can delete unnecessary photos and videos to free up space for your device. To do this, go to the Photos app> select the Album name> press Select in the upper right corner of the screen to select multiple photos to delete at the same time and press the trash can icon in the lower right corner to delete.
Once deleted, be sure to go back to Albums> select Recently Deleted> Select> Delete All.
Activate Reduce Motion mode
This feature helps iPhone reduce the effects of motion, making it run faster. If you are using older generation iPhones, you should open Reduce Motion regularly to limit the situation of the device being slow and choppy during use. This feature also reduces the amount of discharged battery in the device. To enable Reduce Motion, open Settings> General> Accessibility> Motion and turn the Reduce Motion item “ON”.
Disable background app update
For applications that are used infrequently, you should disable background application update. This will help iPhone avoid constant updates and data notifications, which can reduce pressure on the device’s RAM and make it run more smoothly.
To disable background app update, you can go to Settings> General> Background app update and disable or enable the apps you deem necessary.
Reset all settings
This method will reset all the settings on the iPhone such as language settings, keyboard, etc. To reset the device completely, go to Settings> General> Reset and select Erase all content and settings, install and proceed to erase device data. Please note that you must back up your data before doing this.
If you try the above methods, but your iPhone is still slow, it is best to take it to a reputable repair shop or service center for assistance.
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