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Friday, 9 February 2018

How to improve the performance of your old iPhone with iOS 11.3

There has been so much controversy with the batteries, the performance, the slowing down of the system ... right? And the only one to blame for everything is Apple. Well, Apple and programmed obsolescence. If the apple company had not slowed down the performance of their devices from previous generations on purpose , none of this would have happened.

Be that as it may, iOS 11.3 will be a great update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The new beta versions already offer a new function to manage the optimization of the battery and improve the overall performance of the system.

If you have an old iPhone, it is possible that your terminal slows down the functioning of your processor when your battery degrades to offer a better experience. If this is your case, do not worry, we tell you how to improve the performance of your iPhone with iOS 11.3.

What to do if your iPhone is slow and lagged?

Before starting, it is a priority to remember that the release of iOS 11.3 will take place (probably) in the middle of February 2018. However, you can anticipate the performance problems and improve the stability of the system by installing the beta version .

Usually, from CP, we do not usually recommend installing an iOS version in beta because it contains many errors and is not very stable . But this is an exception, a special case, due to the slowdown of iOS 11 on older mobile devices.

You can sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program for free. The process requires the installation of a profile on your device that will provide beta software updates before the official version is available.

Once the profile is installed, you must restart your iPhone and / or iPad device to check if there is a new update from Settings> General> Software update .

Finally, it is worth mentioning that if you want to exit the beta phase and install the final version of any iOS update, all you have to do is delete the beta profile that you have installed from Settings.

The "Battery health" function in depth ...

When you update to iOS 11.3, you will find a new section in the "Battery" category of your Settings app. In this section, known as "Battery Health" you can access an indicator of its maximum capacity and its maximum performance capacity.

If the performance is below 80%, a message will appear at the bottom indicating that the health of the mobile device's battery is "significantly degraded" and a link detailing how to repair it will be attached.

The website will tell you how to manage the performance of your device so that it does not happen again, along with the option to activate and / or deactivate the system slowdown . However, you will not be able to activate this feature again until your terminal experiences an unexpected blackout again. Then, it will be activated automatically.

If your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch has experienced some kind of "unexpected blackout" even though the percentage of the battery was still higher than 1% (for example 15%, 30% or even 90%) it is likely that life your battery is in the last . If your device has been turned off with 5% battery (or similar) maybe it is simply due to bad battery calibration .

Which devices will have the slowdown management function? 

The possibility of activating and deactivating the slowdown of the system is only available for specific iPhone models. This is logical, considering that Apple's new terminals are not affected by this problem.

So, both iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will not have this feature, since their hardware updates have a great processing power and do not need the management of the stability of the system.

In this way, the management function of the system slowdown will be available in iOS 11.3 for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Have you been affected by this problem in iOS 11? How does the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system work on your terminal? Do you think Apple should have informed about the slowdown with regard to its mobile devices? Answer these questions and share your opinion with us from the comments section located at the bottom of this article and on social networks.

Via | The Verge

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