Apple iPhone 7

Almost every iPhone user has come across from time to time, the darn thing just doesn’t want to work the way it’s supposed to, seemingly going at a snail’s pace anytime you do anything on it.

For those who have, seemingly, had this happen to them, it could be caused by your phone’s RAM memory—which is the running memory that could be slowing the device down.

Fear not, though, because there’s a little trick that takes about 10 seconds to do, cleaning things on your iPhone up and making it run so much faster.

For those who can’t process that info and need an easier explanation, these are the simple steps:

  1. Unlock your device to see the home screen.
  2. Hold the power button down until ‘Slide to Power Off’ appears.
  3. Release the power button and hold down the Home button for five seconds.

There you go, guys, now you can reap the benefits of that $700 phone by actually making it perform like it’s supposed to.

.After all, you’re not going to buy a Ferrari and just drive it in 25 mile per hour zones, right?

Of course not!

  • Terpsma

    Hi Rico. Do you know if the same trick would improve the operation of my iPad, or would you not advise it without further investigation?

    • I have an older iPad mini and so far it doesn’t do the same. You are asking the question I assume probably because of the same problems I am running into, slow. It used to be fast, but not anymore.

      • Terpsma

        It doesn’t seem to be all the time, it is more intermittent. One thing is a large fluctuation in battery life also.

        • I usually blame my internet connection, this way I won’t start the process of convinving myself I need a new one. Never a problem with battery life.

          • Terpsma

            Very good then.