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Thursday, September 22, 2016

10 Tricks To iPhone "Slow" Swift Return

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One of the reasons why the iPhone was chosen by many is because its interface is seamless and smooth.
But along with the user, as well as other gadgets, the device performance will decrease and it often feels slow iPhone.
Sometimes, upgrade to the latest iOS operating system can also be a cause, making the old generation iPhone just so slow.

If you feel the performance of the iPhone is not as before as usual, here are the tricks that can be done the old iPhone owners to accelerate their performance.



1. Restart
Restart become the fastest and easiest way out if the iPhone has begun to slow. With restart, miscellaneous unused cache will be cleared.
Press and hold the Sleep / Wake button and a slide switch on the screen to turn off the iPhone. So off, press and hold the back button Sleep / Wake until the Apple logo appears.

2. Turn off visual effects
The visual effects in the interface menu does make the iPhone look cool, but it also weighed on hardware. To turn off these features, bua menu Settings> General> Accessibility> Increase Contrast and change the Reduce Transparency to On.
You can also turn off the motion features via the menu Settings> General> Accessibility and turn on selection Reduce Motion to On.

3. Remove rarely used applications
Check all applications and games installed in the iPhone, and then uninstall unneeded or rarely used.
Be firm. Applications and games are rarely used precisely meet the memory and potentially overload the system, such as when running in the background.

4. Turn off Siri
Siri is a personal assistant feature in iOS. Siri can offer suggestions when searching in iOS 9, but it also makes smartphones so slow.
To turn it off, go to the menu Settings> General> Spotlight Suggestions> Suggestions Siri.
Another feature is a system overload "Hey Siri." If you want to turn it off, go to the menu Settings> General> Siri.
5. Turn off automatic downloads
Go through the Settings menu Automatic Downloads> App and iTunes Stores. If your iPhone becomes the only device that is connected with the Apple ID, then leave this option on (On).
However if you have multiple devices with a single Apple ID, then the other device will download updates the actual application do not use or are not needed in your iPhone.
To perform the update, we recommend using a WiFi connection and off Use Cellular Data menu via the Settings Menu> App and iTunes Stores.

6. Use the default application
Native app (default) from Apple designed to work better with the iPhone. They are designed for common functions such as e-mail, navigation, and web browsing.
Indeed, sometimes it functions the application is not the best, but still can be relied upon to pursue performance.

7. Turn off Background App
Some applications sometimes remain running in the background that we are open (background), such as data synchronization and update content without realizing it. It was a slow bus performance and battery drain.
To turn it off, go to the menu Settings> General> Background App Refresh and turn off all or some of your apps as you wish.

8. Delete old files
Clean up old files, like photos and videos that have been backed up, old text messages, or other data stored (cached) can expedite the system.
Go to Settings> General> iCloud Storage & Usage> Manage Storage. Clear you do not need. some apps can also be uninstalled and then installed again to clear cached data.

9. Clean the browsing history
Clean the browsing history in Safari browser can be done via the menu Settings> Safari> Clear History and Website Data.
Cleaning the data cache in Safari indeed sometimes can make the browser works a bit slow to collect the data back, but its performance is faster if the file was deleted occasional garbage.

10. Reset iPhone settings
Resetting the iPhone into the final way that can be done by the user if the ways above are not effective. With a reset, then the system is restored.
To do so, go to the menu Settings> General> Reset> Reset All Settings. But before you do, remember back Apple ID and password that you use.

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