How To Fix Bad Performance Issue On iOS 11

Although Apple has already seeded the third beta version of iOS 11 to the public, including a lot of bug fixes as well as performance enhancement, the bad performance is still a bad issue to plague beta testers. They have complained about fast battery drain, finicky apps, lag, sudden reboots, and more. If you are experiencing the same issue on your iOS 11 iPhone/ iPad, keep trying some of these methods below to fix the performance issue. Some of these steps take a few seconds to complete, others are a little more involved. Some of these steps only need a few seconds; others are a little more involved. Here is how you can do this

Restart Your iPhone/iPad

The easiest and quickest method you should do is restarting your device. Doing this would have a tremendous effect; help your device’s performance back normal.

To reboot your phone, hold and press the power button until you see the slider for turning off the device After that, hold down the power button to turn your phone back on.

Update Your Apps

iOS beta software and third-party apps usually don’t get on with each other and iOS 11 is not an exception.

Many iOS 11 users has dealt with frustrating issues. Some apps get crashing, and the others are buggy.

Until now, there’s no solution for iOS 11’s app issues, there are a few things you can try. First, you should try updating your app to fix bugs. If that doesn’t help, try deleting and then reinstalling the application.

Stop Background Refresh

If you are enabling the Background Refresh feature on iOS 11 beta, turn it off and see if your device’s performance already improves.

If the Background Refresh is enabled, your apps will be automatically updated to new information while the app is still idling in the background, which could affect your device’s processor.

To disable it, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh and toggle it off.

Also read: How To Stop Auto Play in App Store In iOS 11

Reduce Animations

iOS 11 offers a sense a depth when you open and close the apps, so minimizing this feature could make the performance become smoother.

To reduce Motion Effects on your iOS 11 device, head to Settings > General > Accessibility and enable Reduce Motion. Note that doing this will also disable other features like the bubble effect of the Messages app. Moreover, navigate to Accessibility, tap Increase Contrast and then choose to enable the Reduce Transparency function.

Wait For The Next Update

iOS beta version will never come with the perfection. That said, Apple gradually start to fix some of the issues in the next beta versions.

The latter iOS 11 beta updates include bug fixes from the previous release and it could help the performance on your iOS 11 device better. If your device is still running on the first iOS 11 beta version, try to upgrade it to iOS 11 beta 3 right now.