A frozen iPhone X gives us a nuisance. Are you one of the iPhone X users who hate experiencing smartphone freeze regardless what applications you are using? Don’t worry, OTFeed got your back.
Numerous reasons can be considered when it comes to this unexpected crashes. In this article, we will be providing you some resolves for your crashes woes. Please take note that before committing to these methods, make sure that you have installed the latest version of iOs on your phone. Given that you have updated your iOs and still experience this unexpected freezes and crashes on your applications, please do the following methods.
Fixing Crash Problems by Deleting Bad Applications
Don’t worry if you have third party apps that crash – that’s not uncommon. A good piece of advice is to read reviews for an app you’re having crash problems with – not all apps are created equal, even in the App Store. If you read that others are having the same issues as you, then the app itself is the issue. Then check when the last update of the app was – if it’s an app that hasn’t been updated in a while, you probably shouldn’t wait around for the developer to fix it. Just delete it.
Performing a Factory Reset
If you aren’t able to detect what is the source of the issue, perform a factory reset on your iPhone X and it should solve the problem. Please do note that by doing this, you’ll lose all saved data and apps, together with your iCloud settings, so it’s essential to create backup for your device before rebooting it to its factory settings.
The reason your application may not be crashing because the memory can’t sustain the requirements of the app. To fix this, Try uninstalling any unused or very infrequently used apps and/or deleting some media files to free up internal memory.
Everything in this world needs a time off, especially your beloved iPhone X. If you happen to forget to reboot your phone for a week, chances you’ll be experiencing unexpected crashes and freeze. It’s because the memory is glitching, resulting for the applications to crash. Letting your phone sleep for a while will surely fix the problem. And if not, try performing the steps above and you’re good to go in no time.