Make sure your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS. Apple often releases updates with performance improvements and bug fixes.
Regularly restarting your device can help clear the memory and close background processes that may be affecting performance.
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If your iPhone is running low on storage, it can slow down. Delete unnecessary apps, photos, videos, and other files to free up space.
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Turn off Background App Refresh for apps that don't need to update in the background.
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If you use Safari, clearing the cache can help improve browsing speed. Go to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.
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If you are experiencing persistent issues, you can try resetting all settings. Note that this will not delete your data, but it will reset system settings to their default.
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Close unused apps by double-pressing home (older models) or swiping up (newer models) in the App Switcher.
If all else fails, you can perform a factory reset and set up your iPhone as new. Make sure to back up your data first.
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