4 things to Enhance Your iPhone Performance

| March 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

4 things to Enhance Your iPhone Performance

Have you ever experienced of a slowdown on your iPhone? This is the thing which anyone won’t like to see on its handset. However, Apple is known for its smooth experience that it provides to its users. Though, there are some things that can slow down any of the top-class brands device. So, we managed to bring you some tips that could really help you bumping up your iPhone performance.

Delete all those unwanted things you have on your iPhone

Many users really don’t how much unnecessary stuff they’re carrying on their handsets. This caused them to see their handset doing nothing like a stubborn child who gets more annoyed the more you ask for sorry. To get rid of this issue, you simply sort out the things which you need and which you not. Your handset will surely feel better after getting rid of unwanted stuff.

Be the same as you are at your computer

Most users take their handsets just like a perfect machine which never gets down. Indeed, they’re doing wrong to their handsets. Just recall, how you treat your computer? You must have a tool that removed all the unwanted history and cookies which you left on your PC while browsing. That’s what you need to do with your iPhone. It really makes your phone dull if it has lots of web-browsing history or cookies. So, you should be removing your browsing history regularly.

Get rid of surplus texts

How many texts do you have on your iPhone doing nothing but add weight to your inbox? You’ll easily find folks with tons of old messages. Are these texts going to win them a bumper prize? It doesn’t make sense from any angle. You should get rid of them once they are read.

Disable auto app updates

Many folks like to keep their hands on the new updates. But what about those who’ve no interest in any kinds of updates, why they’re having their auto-app-update ON? It’s just gonna put a bulk on your phone’s memory. So, turn these updates Off if you want your handset to perform well.


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Eadie Simpson

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Since 2001 eadie has been writing for apple and working as IT managing director and consultant for Hilleary School of tech and sciences. Google+