Tips for Keeping Your iPhone Running Smoothly
Cleaning the charging port
It's possible that a clogged Lightning port is causing your phone to have trouble charging.
With a toothpick or the SIM removal tool that came with your phone, you can remove the gunk. Be careful. Be careful Be careful not to damage the contact points.
Clean the speaker and microphone
It is important to clean an iPhone's speaker and microphone. It can affect call quality, music playback, and your ability to control Siri if you don't do this.
Start by rubbing a soft-bristled toothbrush (very) gently over the two openings to loosen debris. To remove the dust, grab a piece of tape and gently press it over the area.
Avoid using compressed air. The powerful force can damage the speaker and microphone's membranes.
Managing the iPhone's battery
Often, people's biggest gripe with their smartphone is the battery life. If you're a heavy user, it's a struggle to make your battery last all day. The situation only worsens as your battery ages.
One way you can alleviate the problem slightly is to recalibrate your iPhone battery on a regular basis. The process can help the battery drain more slowly and increase its overall lifespan.
Create More iPhone Storage Space
The high price of top-tier iPhone models leads many to settle for one with less internal storage.
That storage fills up quickly, especially if you take a lot of photos and receive constant messages from friends and family.
You don't want to hit your storage limit in an inopportune moment, leaving you unable to take photos or download new apps. Therefore, it's wise to spend some time pruning your phone's data every now and again.