Five techniques to speed up your ailing iPhone!Buying a new iPhone every six months is certainly not everyone's cup of tea; there are many people in the world who are still using an iPhone that's two or more generations old.Undoubtedly, Apple iPhone
Buying a new iPhone every six months is certainly not everyone's cup of tea; there are many people in the world who are still using an iPhone that's two or more generations old.
Undoubtedly, Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone6 Plus are the new power & performance hub of the Apple iPhone series, but users are still not out of the hangover of iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or even older iPhone.
Though, carrying an old generation phone has its share of problems.
Things like sluggish interface, apps taking long time to open or run and moderate performance are the common things you have to face.
But, what if you don't own an iPhone 6? Don't we deserve a freezing performance?
Yes you deserve it. We will tell you how?
Here are some techniques to speed up the ailing iPhone:
You don't need to do it frequently but restarting your iPhone is a good option to clear the memory space. It can fix the unruly apps as well as keep the iOS running smooth.
2. Relocate phone memory
iPhone6 comes with 1 GB memory unlike older versions that have relatively less. Apple doesn't allow you to keep track of memory very easily, though you can do it by installing Battery Doctor app.
It helps you relocating the memory usage and thereby speeds up your phone.
3 Apple Store & Amazon
If you are looking to regain your old nippy phone, these apps are a strict No! No!
Anyhow you don't need a luxurious app eating up all your memory! Delete them now and you will notice a big boost in battery life and overall performance.
4. Kill automatic background process
If you are using iOS 7 and iOS 8, then getting rid of automated features can really help you speed up your device and extend the battery life.
1. Turn off Automatic Downloads
Tap Settings > iTunes & App Store > and turn Automatic Downloads off.
2. Turn off Background App Refresh.
Tap Settings > General > Background App Refresh
5. Delete pictures, songs and videos
Like a regular phone user, Photo gallery and Music are the two devils that have been eating up all your memory.
On a serious note, delete all those photos, songs you have been carrying from ages like a monkey with his dead child.
We hope these techniques will help you getting back the swift device you once had.