It is frustrating when your iPhone is not working as it should. Before this pandemic came along, it was easy to bring your iPhone to your nearest store. However, in the time of the global pandemic, most Apple Stores are closed. So, how can you fix your iPhone yourself?
If you are having an iPhone issue, whether your phone keeps freezing when going back to the home screen or some apps keep crashing, read along and we will guide you to fix your iPhone device. These simple troubleshooting tips and tricks for common problems might get your iPhone back to normal.
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Dealing with poor battery life
If there is something wrong with your battery, start investigating which services or apps consumed your battery the most. To view the logging chart, go to Settings > Battery. You can view the chart that shows battery usage by the hour. You can view a list of services and apps and their battery usage.
You can also check which apps are running in the background. If an app is running more than normal than you think, here’s what to do. Go to the app’s settings, and from there, open General > Background App Refresh and turn off any apps that you don’t want to run in the background.
To see if your battery needs replacement, Go to Settings > Battery > Battery Health.
Apple devices have built-in management tools for storage, it will allow you to see what is taking space up and also notify or recommend you to take actions to fix if there are problems,. If you think you are running low on storage space, go to Settings > General > iPhone Storage and wait for pieces of information to load for a few seconds.
To delete large app data, go to the list of recommended apps, and tap the app to see more information, from there, you can see an option to delete data stored with the app. For example, WhatsApp will allow you to store images and videos.
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Fix Your iPhone Bugs and Glitches
To correct bugginess and random iPhone issues like running very slowly, freezing, and not connecting to wifi, it is the same approach as restarting a computer.
How do I force restart the iPhone?
If you have an iPhone with Face ID, press the buttons in order; press and release volume up > press and release volume down > then press and hold the side button for about 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhones with home buttons, press and hold the home button and wave/lock button at the same time for about 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears