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Quick Tip That May Speed up An iPhone


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mso-fareast-language:JA;}Is your iPhone running a bit slow ?

This tip is now circulating the internet now that may improve it by manually clearing the ram

  1. First hold the power button until “Slide to Power Off” appears on the screen.
  2. Don’t slide it though!
  3. Instead, press and hold the Home button for a few seconds.

Thats it and now you will be back on the Home screen with a fresh slate as far as your RAM is concerned.

Richard Pascoe is a technology consultant & technology commentator for the media on FIVEaa , ABC Adelaide , PowerFM , 5MU , 7AD and 7BU and has been seen on the Channel 7 news , Channel 9 News , Channel 10 news and Today Tonight . Richard gives his opinions on Microsoft , Google , Apple and deals with personal computers , smartphones and tablets.

2 comments on “Quick Tip That May Speed up An iPhone

  1. Is this worth doing on an Iphone4 ? – any risk of turning my phone into a "paperweight" ?

    Thanks

    Barry

  2. Richard Pascoe

    No you should be fine

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