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    Iphone is slower
    I have had my iphone 4 for quite a while and over time, it progressively gets a little slower. Are there any tips on why this might be and how I can speed it up?

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    Power it off and start it up again once in a while. That will usually do wonders. Also, routinely go and close all apps in the multitask bar as well..
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    Thanks!

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    Settings - General - Usage make sure you have at least a little space left in your storage. This page will also tell you what's hogging space.

    Also, a hard boot holding sleep wake and home buttons for 10 seconds or until screen blanks and apple logo appears. This clears down parts a normal power cycle doesn't reach

    Works wonders every now and again
    Not been around these parts for a while. Trying to change that . .

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    I happen to have spoken yesterday with a friend who was complaining about some iPhone oddity and I suggested powering it down. She was DUMBFOUNDED that one could actually do this -- and thus had never done it (she got her iPhone in OCTOBER).

    Naturally it cured the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz0rEdge View Post
    Power it off and start it up again once in a while. That will usually do wonders. Also, routinely go and close all apps in the multitask bar as well..
    Me too, I always close apps in the multitask bar to prevent faster battery drainage as well

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