The iPhone 6s is not just beautifully designed smartphone, it’s also one of the most powerful ones, and it comes with so many awesome features. You can install tons of apps and they will run smoothly, at least most of the time. Sometimes, one of the apps may become unresponsive or “frozen”, but it’s something you can fix in minutes. We have listed 5 ways to fix iPhone 6s frozen apps below, just follow the simple steps and the apps will work perfectly.
5 ways to fix iPhone 6s frozen apps
Solution No.1: Force an app to close
When the app becomes frozen/unresponsive, you can force it to close. To do that, press Home button twice, and you will see the previews of the apps you have been using. In order to find the frozen app you want to close, swipe left. Once you find it, swipe up on its preview to close it.
Solution No.2: App update
Maybe the reason why the app isn’t responding is because it’s not up to date. Go to the App Store, and update the app.
Solution No.3: App reinstall
If you forced the app to close, and if it’s up to date and still isn’t working properly, you should reinstall it. To do that, find the app’s icon on the Home screen, tap and hold it until you see “X”. Click on it to delete the app. Go to the App Store, download and install the application.
Solution No.4: Restart your device
When iPhone 6s app is unresponsive or frozen, restart can help. Press and hold the sleep/wake button, and drag the slider once it appears on the screen. When your phone is off, press and hold the sleep/wake button again to turn your iPhone back on.
Solution No.5: Update iOS
You need to make sure that you are using latest iOS version. If that’s not the case, make sure to update it. You can do it wirelessly or via iTunes. You will find the full guide here.
Apps issues are easy to get rid off, many people solved this with one of these 5 ways to fix iPhone 6s frozen apps. You can also erase all content and settings (but don’t forget to backup your data first), by going to Settings > General > Reset > Erase all content and settings, and when it’s done, set up your iPhone 6s as a new device.
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