THERE comes a time with every iPhone that the battery starts to decline in quality. This usually results in the device having performance issues.
Egter, even new iPhones can have unexpected issues that slow down performance. There’s still hope for them with a few tips and quick fixes.
A user on Reddit noticed his iPhone 13 wasn’t running as smoothly as it should. He later realized that the CPU was operating at full power and was able to fix it with a force reboot.
If you didn’t know, you can do a force reboot by pressing and then releasing the volume up button and 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 onscreen. Once that happens, release the side button.
This also works for every iPhone going back to the original iPhone X.
Egter, you shouldn’t force restart your iPhone whenever you think that something may be strange with your device. A force restart is safe, but Apple Support says it should only be used when a normal restart doesn’t fix the issue.
Ook, a force restart might end up in lost data if it’s not already saved.
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You should only force restart your device after checking that your software is current and that your storage isn’t low, as that could also harm the system’s performance.
Another trick to boost the performance of your device, if you’ve noticed that Safari has been slow, is to clear the cache.
Doing this removes multiple useless files such as images and scripts. Doing this might have some speed improvements in your device.
To clear the cache, go to Settings then Safari. After this, scroll to the bottom and tap “Clear History and Website Data.
Be warned, egter, that doing this will delete your entire browsing history along with any saved passwords.
If you want to delete browser cookies but keep your browser history, you can go to Settings, Safari, Advanced, and then Website Data. Click “Remove All Website Data.”