Have you ever encountered slow iPhone/iPad problem after iOS update? If you’re on an iPhone 6/6S/SE, the iOS 9 or later updates may work smooth. But it’s not same for older devices. Earlier models are reporting dull performance since updating. How can you fix it? In this article, we’ll share some basic tips and tricks to help you easily solve the lag problem and speed up your device in iOS 9/9.1/9.2/9.3.
Close/Optimize Apps and Games
Take at look the apps/games that you have installed. Close games which are less important, it will save lot of resources and increase iOS speed considerably. Whereas the apps, optimize them by turning off their location services completely and only enable location sharing when you are going to use it. Make sure you don’t run a lot of applications and games at the same time; this will make your device slow.
Delete Unnecessary Apps and Games
We’ve all been there- download random games and apps just to check it out. You should keep in mind that these apps and games take up storage and CPU resource which eventually will make your device slow. Hence, deleting unwanted apps and games is always a good move to fix the lag issues on iPhone/iPad.
You can either use built-in tools to delete apps and games or use content managing tools like IOTransfer to delete apps from your device.
Disable Siri Suggestions
It is one of the awesome features of iOS9, but sadly this can slow down your iPhone. Siri is more like a data collection machine which requires background whenever she’s on. And basically, we don’t let Siri sleep at all if the Siri suggestions are enabled. You can disable Siri Suggestions by accessing Settings-> General->Spotlight Search-> slide Siri Suggestions off.
Turn off Background Apps Refresh and Auto-Update
Continuous and uncontrolled background apps activities will slow down your phone faster than you can imagine. Anyway, you can turn off background apps refresh and its auto updating quite easily to ensure a smooth performance.
How to turn off background apps refresh
Settings > General > Turn off Background App Refresh.
How to stop apps update automatically
Settings > General > iTunes > App Store > Turn off Updates.
Let us know the other tips that you have heard for enhancing iPhone/iPad/iPad Touch performance. Feel free to share it on the comments section.
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