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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Improve performance and speed up your iPhone with these tips


The iPhone is one of the best smartphones on the market at the level of performance and user experience. However, as with any other device, over time its performance goes down and the system slows down.
This can be due to a myriad of reasons: obsolete software, memory shortages, hardware failures, lack of resources, etc.
Be that as it may, in this article we will recommend a series of tips to speed up the performance of your iPhone (any model) so that it returns to be the same as before.

Animation

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If you see that your iPhone seems slower than normal, or the animations are somewhat slowed, you can disable the animations of the user interface. To do this, go to Settings> General> Accessibility and activate the "Reduce movement" option.

Upgrade

IOS 10.3.2
It is important, not IMPERATIVE, to regularly update your iPhone software so that you have the latest version of iOS installed on your system. Maybe you can think that updating can slow down your phone but that's just an urban myth. I used to go with the iPhone years ago, but now things are different. Newer versions of iOS optimize, accelerate and improve system performance and stability , as well as add layers of protection to iOS security.

Background Processes

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The truth is that iOS is a really effective and powerful system to manage the processes in the background. But sometimes open applications can seriously affect the performance of your iPhone. You can prevent certain applications from updating in the background in Settings> General> Background Update.

Clear the cache

Safari
Clearing the cache and deleting the history can improve performance and speed up your iPhone. You can do this from Settings> Safari> Clear history and website data .

How is your iPhone going now?

If you have completed each and every one of the steps that we have recommended you do in the configuration of your terminal your iPhone will probably have much better performance now. Otherwise, we recommend restarting your device, and if this is a very serious case, you can opt for a factory restore.

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