How to Fix App Crash on iPhones

iPhones are widespread across the globe due to their efficiency. Several apps such as FaceTime, Calendar, and Contacts come preset with iPhone. Despite its popularity and amazing user interface, some users experience app crash issues after updating their iPhone to iOS 12. Now, these problems could be server related, software related, etc. Whatever the reason may be, this issue is extremely bothersome. Let’s see the ways to fix the app crash issue in iPhones.

Try Soft Reset

Sometimes the processes which we cannot see in the front are running in our device. It causes loads of tasks on the device consequently reducing the performance. Hence performing a soft reset will close all the programs and processes running at the background.

  1. Press the Home button + Sleep button simultaneously.
  2. Keep these buttons pressed until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

Save the Storage in iPhone

Since the iPhone has internal storage and not an SD card slot, filling up the phone with images and apps can slow down the performance of the device. To prevent the slow performance, spacing up the storage of phone will reduce the slow performance, and the apps will start using the device resources appropriately. Delete the songs which you don’t listen, unnecessary images and useless apps from your iPhone. The performance of the phone will notably increase, and the apps won’t crash.

Update Software

It is possible that the apps are too heavy for the older version of the operating system. This could be a reason for app crash since the compatibility of both the apps and the operating system are low. Why not try to update the software of the phone?

  1. Enable the Wi-Fi in your iPhone and connect to it.
  2. Launch the Settings of your iPhone.
  3. Open the General menu and navigate to Software Update.
  4. Now tap Install Now option to download the Software Update.

There are some third-party apps that are also freezing or crashing suddenly while running. It is undeniably true that the apps are getting unresponsive, but the situation can be cured with these simple steps mentioned above, which are applicable to all sorts of applications running on iOS software.

Stephen Strange is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup

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