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5 Tricks to Make Your iPhone Faster

You may notice your older iPhone running slow after a while, but tips for making your slow iPhone 5 of iPhone 6 faster aren’t as well known as the ones for the equally frustrating problem of creating more storage space on your phone. This is a good post to bookmark and reference whenever your iPhone slows down too much. These tricks should work for every model of iPhone running any version of iOS. So the next time you need to speed up your iPhone, we’ve got you covered. Here’s seven little-known tricks to make your iPhone faster.

  • Close All Nonessential Apps

This is most popular and debatable memory tip in our roundup. In my battery saving tips roundup, I told everyone to forget closing apps all the dang time, because it uses up your battery. But those background apps (whether refreshing or not) do take up iPhone memory. The middle ground viewpoint to both save on battery and memory is to close all nonessential apps but leave open the ones you consistently return to throughout the day. That way your iPhone will use less battery opening up those essential apps and save on memory when you close out a game you’re finished playing, or a social media feed you don’t need to check again for awhile. To do this, double click your Home button to activate the app switcher. Swipe up to close out any nonessential apps. This is a good time to check back at the Battery Saver app to see how much memory you freed up.

  • Fix a Slow Phone with This Clear RAM with iPhone Restart Trick

This isn’t the same as simply restarting your iPhone or powering it down. For whatever reason, this is the specific method for clearing your iPhone’s RAM. To do this, simultaneously hold down your Sleep/Wake button and your volume down button (on iPhone 6s and older hold the Home button instead of the volume) until your screen goes black and then pops back up. I checked the Battery Saver app afterwards; I freed-up about 120 MB of extra memory with this trick.

  • Make Your iPhone Faster by Clearing Safari Cookies & Data

It’s good to note that doing this will mean Safari won’t suggest URLs when typing unless they’re bookmarked. Some websites may also forget certain preferences, but it’s generally good practice to clear your cookies and data every now and again regardless. To do this, open Settings and tap Safari. Select History and Website Data, then confirm. I only got about 50 MB more of memory doing this, but I also do it pretty regularly.

  • Turn off Automatic Downloads and Background App Refresh

This is a trick that can speed up phone performance and improve battery life. Since both these features run in the background, turning them off means there’s less happening out of sight that could be slowing down your device. To turn them off, open Settings and select General. Tap Background App Refresh, and toggle it off. Then go back to Settings and tap iTunes & App Store, then toggle off Apps and Updates under Automatic Downloads.

  • Reduce Motion

I saved this one for last because, in my mind at least, it’s the most extreme. The iPhone does a beautiful job of seamlessly transition between apps with animations and they’re even faster now with iOS 10.3. But these animations take up battery life and can contribute to a slow iPhone. If you don’t mind the difference, you can easily choose to Reduce Motion in Settings. Open the Settings app, tap General, and select Accessibility. Select Reduce Motion, and toggle it on. This didn’t create any extra memory according to the Battery Saver app, but I wouldn’t expect it to. Instead, the iPhone feels faster because no time is being spent on the animation of zooming in and out of apps. The screen just changes.

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