Just like all complex and sophisticated machine in the modern era of digitization, iPhones can cause you a lot of problems. In many of the cases, though, just troubleshooting and having them fixed is generally a straightforward affair. So, before you go about calling Apple Support or visiting your local Genius Bar, here are a couple of things you can also try to get your devices and services in the condition of “just working” again.
Restarting your phone
The method is a cliché for a reason, but there is sometimes the method of simply restarting your iPhone that can clear up problems which can range from battery drain to bad Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to any misbehaving apps you may have. The simplest method is for you to just power down and power up or, and if you really have to, you can also hard reboot.
Sometimes just a reboot isn’t always enough. If there is something that has gone seriously wrong and you’re either told to — or there is a need to — put your iPhone into recovery or device firmware update (DFU) mode for you to complete re-install the entire iOS, you have that option as well.
Rebooting your phone
Also there is an additional option if you don’t want to reset everything but just have one or a few things that is also possible! it’s just a simple task in which you can go into the phone’s settings, remove all network connections, erase the content, zap the keyboard dictionary, rearrange the Home screen, or just dump Location and Privacy data.
This perhaps the worst issue iPhone is the battery. Having problems with power is the worst and even more so for iPhone users. It means you can’t rely on your iPhone working for you at the time when you need it the most. Whether your iPhone isn’t charging, or is draining quite fast when charged, or simply won’t turn off or refuses to turn back on, the bad news is that sometimes it isn’t easy to fix on your own. Battery Doctor app can help a bit in this effort however, it isn’t a permanent fix and you would have to take it to a service center
Bluetooth needs to broadcast for establishing a connection, and the Wi-Fi needs to lock on and transmit some data, while AirDrop relies on both. It may look quite impressive if any of them work, but it should all work, all the time. That’s their job. So, if your Bluetooth connection isn’t connecting, try unpairing and forgetting the device to connect. For your Wi-Fi sometimes removing cache can work miracles. For this job you can use Cache master.
Sometimes despite all of our best efforts, you’ll encounter problems that just can’t be fixed on your own. For these cases you can call the company at their customare care number, tweet them @apple_support, visit them online at apple.com/support, or go straight to your local Apple Retail Store.