If you use an iPhone that is one or two generations old, it may not feel quite as rap as it did when you had just bought. The interface is a little tougher, apps take longer to open and so on. Maybe it began to slow down after installing the IOS 10.
iPhone is actually better than many other "computers" not to get tougher over time, and many things can make you feel it as slower despite really is as fast as it always has been. You may have come to expect so much of it at first appeared to be super fast really takes some time, or you have used an iPhone 7 and now compares with it.
Sometimes Syrup feeling is no illusion. An example of this is the game Super Hexagon, a game that requires lightning reflexes but was completely unplayable on the iPhone 4 in iOS 8 was current. Even games like Temple Run 2 had performance problems.
Fortunately, there are some things you can do to speed up an old decrepit iPhone.
first Updating the IOS
If you have updated to iOS 10 and find that your iPhone feels a little slow, you should check that you have also installed the latest update. Almost every time Apple has released a major new system version is older devices first slowed down and then improved with subsequent minor updates.
Latest IOS is in writing 10.3, but Apple is about to beta-test version 10.3.2 .
-2. Updating apps
Some apps can slow down your iPhone if they are not compatible with IOS 10. Therefore, you should always be sure to have the latest version of any software.
To update, open App Store, click the "Updates" at the bottom right. Take the opportunity to delete the apps you no longer use to free up some space on your phone.
third Close the open apps
If a particular app you try seems slow, try turning off the latest apps you used just before, which is still half-open in the background. Double-click the Home button to bring up multitaskinggränssnittet, swipe upwards on the latest apps. Applications further to the right is usually not started – do not believe the false tip to "turn off" all apps.
Typically, an app open up to a few minutes after you have minimized it with the Home button to save the data and the other, except for the apps like Spotify and Podcasts when they play something or Runkeeper as it keeps track of your run, but it usually is pretty obvious when such an app is running.
How much this can help varies greatly and is about how well the developers of both the app you want to run and the other apps have been on managing memory. Some apps are simply bad to give up memory, and then it can make a difference, while other apps are limited to a possible placebo effect.
"Have you tried rebooting?" – supportteknikerns very first tip is applicable also to the iPhone and also performance issues can sometimes help to run a restart.
5 . Clear
A very full hard drive is a great way to slow down any computer and can also lead to a lot of other problems when the system can no longer save the necessary small files or apps you use might not save settings or update their databases.
Make sure you never have less than one gigabyte of free space on your iPhone. If you are short of space, you can start to clear out apps you no longer use. While most apps are the right light, it becomes a part of you has a lot to erase. You can also back up all photos and videos to your computer and then delete them on your phone.
If Safari feels tough, try to clear the history and site data.
6th Empty history in Safari
If you are using Safari much it can start to get a little tough when, for example, has very many visited pages to look through when you start typing a search. Go to Settings -> Safari and select Clear History and Website Data.