Is your iPhone acting sluggish or strange?
Sometimes when an iPhone feels like it’s a step slow, a poor network connection is usually to blame. And in instances where a weak signal isn’t the culprit, you may chose to power down your iPhone, give it a minute to catch its breath, and then power it back on. That maneuver usually does the tRick, but there’s a quicker way to get your iPhone back on track.
When your Wi-Fi is rock-solid or your cellular connection is strong and your iPhone is still slow to respond, there is a quick procedure you can perform that flushes your iPhone’s memory. I tried it on both my iPhone and iPadand found that while it doesn’t completely or even dramatically free up memory resources, it did reduce each device’s memory usage somewhat.
To free up some memory, unlock your phone and then hold down the power button until the “slide to power off” screen appears. Next, instead of sliding to power off or tapping the cancel button, press and hold the Home button for a few seconds until you are returned to the home screen. That’s it, memory flushed.
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