How To Improve Speed on iOS Devices 2022
iPhones have become more popular with time. One thing you can definitely count on is advertisers bombarding your iOS devices. iPhones are used daily for things such as weather updates, checking on friends, and much more. What users aren’t thinking about is all the clutter that’s left behind from those two and three hours shopping sessions or just simply surfing the internet. Anytime you have ads displaying there will be clutter left behind. That’s how they personalize the ads you are seeing each time you are surfing. The cache allows browsers to load much faster without downloading each item on every page. Especially any page you may have already been on before. This is how they improve speed. Some of the items are downloaded to “your” device and it just sits there until it’s needed again by the browser.
It’s this clutter that slows your device down over time as it builds up. Load speed can be greatly improved due to the way browsers load cache and other things needed for displaying items on their websites. Understanding this will help you know why it’s occurring. Now that you know what’s causing the issue now let’s solve their slow issue.
How To Speed Up Slow iPhone, iPadOS, and iPod – 2022
We will discuss several different ways to speed up the device with just a few taps. Even though you may have the newest devices, it happens to all. Users can always restart the device which will help normally. We will share some of the not-so-obvious methods for improving iPhone speed.
Top Five Ways to Increase speed on iPhone (2022)
1. Restart your iPhone.
2. Close unnecessary apps – Definitely a drain on a system when left running in the background. Games such as Asphalt 8 take all the memory my iPhone X can find to run alone. Can you remember any time this happens to you? Share below in the comments.
3. Free up space on your iPhone. Anytime you have any device running at almost full capacity it will become sluggish more and more. Simply remove unwanted or unused Apps. This is crucial for the functioning of the iOS device. Personally, we recommend keeping the device’s hard drive at around 60% full at most. Firmwares are getting larger, this space could be needed by the newest firmware too.
4. Update iOS. Be sure you are on the latest firmware
5. Turn off Background App and Location services.
Last but definitely not least, return the iOS device to factory settings. Although it sounds a bit much, I have personally had to do this more times than I care to discuss. However, almost every time I reset my iOS device to the factory settings, it worked.
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