Most Apple fans are excited about that they can upgrade their iOS devices to iOS 9. Undoubtedly iOS 9 offers many great new features and improvements. But some users may feel as if their performance has degraded after iOS 10.3/9.3/9.2/9.1/9 update.
Is your iPhone/iPad/iPod running slower that it used to be? Your Apps take longer time to open? Even though there are plenty of reasons that could contribute to sluggish performance, the most are due to out of storage on iOS devices. iCareFone(iPhone Care Pro) could help you to free up your device and make iPhone/iPad/iPod run faster.
iPhone Care Pro can help you to free up device storage by removing unnecessary files and largely improve iOS 9 performance on iPhone SE/6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5/4s, iPad Air 2/iPad Air/mini 3/2/mini/4/3/2, and iPod touch 5.
Junk Files: App cookies, app crash logs, photo caches, iTunes Radio caches and many other junk files.
Temporary Files: App temp files, download temp files, etc.
Large Files: Find and delete large files on your iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Photos:Compress and backup photos without any quality loss.
Apps: Uninstall unwanted Apps in batches within several clicks.
Before you speedup your iOS device, you need to make sure that you have downloaded and installed iCareFone.
Step1. Connect your device to the computer and tap on “Trust” when “Trust this computer” message pops up on your screen.
Step2. Select “Speedup&Clean” on the main interface when your device is detected.
Step3. Click “Quick Scan” to scan files on your iPhone.
Step4. After scanning, select the file type you need to clean and Click “Clean " to remove all unwanted files on your iOS device.
In addition, this powerful program is equipped with other functions:
Trick1. Close down all non-essential apps: Double-click the “Home” button to bring up the currently running apps. Then you can swipe upwards to close them on by one to speed up the process a little bit.
Trick2. Restart: Press and hold the “Power” button until the Power Off Slider pops up. Wait for about 10 seconds or so and restart your iPhone up again as you did before.
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