Delete unused apps and files to create more storage space
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S comes with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage space. But, even if we are not using the phone daily, all kinds of files like pictures and applications still take up space on our iPhone. And as time goes by, more and more files will be stored in your iPhone.
Where do these files come from?
Let’s take a look inside your iPhone after you have been using it for some time. Here’s what you will see:
All of your pictures, videos and applications are stored here. All of your music, podcasts and audiobooks are saved on here as well. Where do all these files go from here? They fill up your iPhone storage space quickly, thus slowing down the overall speed of your iPhone.
The question is, how to delete these files from your iPhone? We will show you how.
Close all other apps that are running in the background
Yes, it’s really necessary to close all other apps that are open. If you don’t close them, iPhone will still use their resources, so the speed of the update will become even slower. Even though you can close an app if it’s open, you can’t close it if it’s running in the background. But then again, some apps like Whatsapp just don’t close, so they will still be using the resources even when they are not visible on your iPhone.
To close all other apps that are running in the background, you can do it manually. You can press and hold on the apps that are running, and they will be closed. Or you can click on “background app refresh” in your iOS settings and turn it off. That way, the apps that are running in the background won’t be able to update themselves. You can also turn off your wifi, or restart your iPhone. That way, all the apps that are updating themselves will be closed. But I recommend turning off “background app refresh” in your iOS settings. That way, the apps won’t be able to update themselves.
Hope this helped! 🙂 [ARTICLE END]