I recently upgraded my iPhone 6 Plus with the iOS 11 and immediately noticed a performance issue with my device (besides a bug with the volume control that I already reported to Apple).
I have experienced that with previous iOS versions and other iPhones. Most of the time, performing a Settings Reset will get your iPhone back to its normal performance operation.
This operation will not erase any data or apps from your phone, but you will need to re-configure some settings like the Wi-Fi connections, Touch ID, Keyboard settings and Location (privacy settings). If you had Touch Id enabled, you will also need to input your Apple ID password again once the reset is complete, so have it handy. This operation will optimize all the iPhone settings to its default, maximizing efficiency and speed in the execution of apps.
Follow the steps below to reset all the settings to default on your iPhone.
- Open Settings
- Then press on the General option
- Scroll down until you see the Reset option
- Then press Reset All Settings
- Type in your passcode if required
- After that you will be asked to confirm the reset clicking on Reset All Settings
- Another confirmation will come up, click on Reset All Settings again
- Your phone will reboot and reset all the settings
- Once you see the Home screen, you can access your phone again
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