How to boost your iPhone

Is your phone not one of the first days? Does the interface seem sleepy, apps take longer to open? 
Is it slower since you updated it? It looks pale next to the new models?

With time, our smartphones are prone to slow down. It may be time to give it a boost! 
For that, follow our tutorial. You will find valuable tips to give it a second life.

See also our article iPhone storage to increase the memory of your smartphone!

1. Is your iPhone up to date?

Currently, the Apple operating system for iPhone and iPad, is iOS 12 . This update, unlike previous, can give a boost to your iPhone.

To check if your iPhone is up to date, go to Settings → General → Software Update.

Note that older models may be incompatible with newer iOS versions.

2. Restart your iPhone

Restarting your iPhone will erase temporary memory and repair rebel applications.

For iPhone 5s and earlier models, press and hold the Sleep / Wake button on the top right of the phone until the Off switch appears.

For iPhones 6 and later, the Power / Standby button is on the right side. If you have an iPhone X, then hold simultaneously pressed buttons Power and Volume.

Then slide the slider to the right and wait until the iPhone turns off. Restart your iPhone by pressing and holding the Power / Standby button for 5 seconds.

You will see the Apple icon appear, and then your iPhone will restart.

3. Remove apps

If you run out of space on your iPhone, then this could be the cause of its slowness. One of the quick fixes for freeing space is to remove some applications.

Go to Settings → General → iPhone Storage. You will see the applications listed and the storage space they occupy. Choose the form (s) and select Delete.

4. Clean Safari

Let’s go to Safari cleaning, in just two small steps!

Open Settings and scroll down to Safari. Select Safari, then Clear History, Site Data.


After that, Safari will not automatically suggest the searched URLs unless they have been saved in your Favorites, and some websites will forget your saved preferences.

5. Disable automatic background functions

Turning them off will speed up your iPhone and extend your battery life. 
If your iPhone is running iOS 6, you can skip this step because they were only introduced from iOS 7.