We bet you must be disappointed by the way your iPhone performs after upgrading to iOS 8. It's been pin pointed many a time over the past few weeks, while Apple is subsequently seeding its new firmware updates every month. However, nothing really worked in the favor of millions of iOS users.
Well, the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus comes pre-installed with iOS 8, several older generation devices, including the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPhone 4S have had performance issues ever since iOS 8 was rolled out.
Getting a new device is surely not an option; rather, we should try to fix them, without spending much on them. So, here are a few quick tips to get your older-generation devices back to their original best.
Turning off parallax effect on your device can actually help improve performance. To turn off the parallax effect, simply go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion.
Well, there's only one viable option: Just delete your data or simply move it to the cloud. In order to delete your data, tab on Settings > General >Usage. Tap an app to know more detailed information about its usage.
This in turn can eats up a major part of memory as well as storage on older iOS devices. So, setting your apps to update only when you want them seemed to be the right idea. All you need to go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh. Now, you can turn off all background app refreshes.
With Spotlight Search, you can search for device's data, such as contacts, emails and and applications. Well, this feature is very useful but at the same time it pushes your device's memory and processor. Hence, we advise you to disable this feature to fasten your device.
To disable spotlight search, simply go to Settings>General>Spotlight Search
If you're not using Google Map, then it would be better to simply disable the GPS. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Service> Turn off. At the same time, you can turn off Location Services for individual apps which are in use.