THIS comes a time with every iPhone where the battery starts to degrade. This often leads to device performance issues.
However, even new iPhones can experience unexpected issues that slow down performance. There’s still hope for them with some tips and quick fixes.
A user on Reddit noticed that his iPhone 13 is not running as smoothly as it should. Then he realized that the CPU was working at full capacity and was able to fix it by forcing a reboot.
If you don’t know, you can force restart by pressing and then releasing the volume up button, then doing the same for the volume down button and pressing and holding the side button.
Keep the side button pressed down until the Apple logo appears on the screen. When that happens, release the side button.
This also works for any iPhone going back to the iPhone X.
However, you shouldn’t force restart your iPhone whenever you think there might be something wrong with your device. Forced restart is safe, but Apple Support says it should only be used when a normal reboot doesn’t fix the problem.
In addition, a forced restart may result in data loss if it has not been saved.
You should force restart your device only after checking that your software is current and your memory is not low, as that can also harm system performance.
Another trick to boost your device performance, if you notice Safari running slow, is to clear cache.
Doing this will remove many useless files like images and scripts. Doing this may have some speed improvement in your device.
To clear the cache, go to Settings then Safari. Then, scroll to the bottom and tap on “Clear history and site data.
Be warned, however, that doing this will delete your entire browsing history along with any saved passwords.
If you want to clear your browser cookies but keep your browser history, you can go to Settings, Safari, Advanced and then Website Data. Click “Clear All Site Data”.
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