The Problem: Your i Phone seems to run really slowly, all the time.
The Fix: There are loads of ways to speed up your i Phone: Delete apps you don’t use, turn off background app refreshing, clear your the cache on the Safari web browser.
You could try taking it to an Apple Store, but we can’t promise they’d be able to get anything back.
The Problem: On a sunny day, if you leave your i Phone in the sun too long, you’ll see a warning telling you that your phone is too hot and it needs to cool down before you can use it again.
Apple is famously finicky with its warranties, so if they won’t fix it, try an authorised Apple reseller.
They often fix screens for less than Apple, though you might lose some functionality (force touch, for example).Don’t you just hate it when your i Phone starts acting up? That’s why we’ve put together this essential guide to help you fix all the common (and some less common) i Phone issues.These fixes will be quicker than going to an Apple Store and waiting for a Genius Bar appointment, and it won’t cost you a dime.This will remove all the data from your i Phone and restore it to its factory settings.You will, however, get the latest software version and you’ll be able to restore your phone with backed-up content.You’ll need to sync your phone to i Cloud – i Phones do this automatically at night when locked and charging.If you’re missing content you expect to be there, and it isn’t on your i Cloud backup, you’re probably out of luck.You should then see an option to update it, tap to update the phone and once the update has completed, your phone should be working again.If the update option doesn’t appear, you’ll have to restore your phone.It can be a good idea to switch on Airplane Mode while waiting for it too cool You may, alternatively, find that your i Phone is frequently running hot, though not giving you the warning message mentioned above.The Fix: This happens to a lot of electronic devices over time, from phones to laptops and games consoles.