How to speed up iOS 10 on the iPhone older | Guide
Apple with iOS 10 has decided to bring many new innovations on their mobile devices. The new iPhone or iPad have a hardware last generation, and then manage to handle it perfectly all the features found in iOS 10. Unfortunately, older devices require a few adjustments in the settings of the device to make it more efficient. We then discover how to speed up iOS 10 on the iPhone (recent and not).
With these simple steps listed below, you can improve the performance of your device. Clearly, this guide could be the salvation of some older devices, but even if you apply these tips on the latest iPhone, you will get different benefits.
The first and perhaps most important of all is the clean installation of iOS 10. If you updated your device without restoring it, we recommend you read our guide on how to prepare the device to update to iOS.
With the clean installation will be erased many files useless and the device will be up-to-date as the one just out of the box. Of course, before you proceed, make sure not to miss the data you need.
In iOS 10 widgets were also introduced in the lock screen, stiffening a bit the release of the device. In spite of this, we can decide to remove them, both from the lockscreen and from the Center of Notifications. In the settings of your device you must therefore seek to limit the use of widgets, keeping only the essential ones.
Also location services, as well as consume a lot of battery, use continuously the CPU of our device. Also in this case, our advice is to limit the use of location services, keeping them active only when you use certain applications. For example, if you need, you can disable location services from all the major social networks, messaging services, weather apps, etc To do this just go to Settings > Privacy > Location.
If your device after the update to iOS 10 continues to cause delays various is always advisable to do a forced restart. By doing so, some of the parameters of your iDevice will reset, the cache will be freed and it is likely that your iPhone or iPad back to work as it should.
To do this, simultaneously press the Home button and the Power button until the device turns off by itself. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus you have to press the Power button and the Volume Down (-)
iOS 10 is full of animations that make the operating system more enjoyable, but surely also less fluid and responsive. Disabling them can in fact increase the performance of both devices are dated, that of the new ones. By going into Settings > General > Accessibility you can activate or deactivate the option “Reduce motion”. In this way all the animations of iOS 10 will be blocked and the whole system will become much more fluid and responsive.
If you like keeping all your applications updated automatically, you need to know that this involves a lot of work for the CPU of the device, which needs to check for, download, and install updates. Our advice is to turn off automatic updates, and proceed with the manual installation of every update. To disable the automatic updates, simply go into Settings > App Store and disable the appropriate toggl.
To avoid that your system will continue to work on applications in the background, it is advisable to turn off the continuous update in the system settings. To do this simply go to Settings > General > Update app in the background and turn off the appropriate toggle for the specific applications that are less important.
The research of proactive iOS 10 slows down a lot of our devices. Also in this case, it is possible to limit it directly from the settings of our iPhone or iPad. To do this simply go to Settings > General > Spotlight Search and disable some of the toggle used very little. The ideal, especially on older devices, would be to disable the search bar, but if you want to continue to use it, you just need to make a good selection of what you need.
Finally, we want to speak to you also about the memory on your device. Learn how to check how much memory it occupied to the inside of the storage space, more precisely by going into Settings > General > Usage space, and iCloud. Here you can see which applications take up a lot of space on your device and decide if keep them, clean them or uninstall them. So try to always keep some free space in your device to ensure a greater fluidity.