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Find out a bizarre trick that can speed up your iPhone

Have you ever experienced to open the App Store on your iPhone or iPad and it took a long time to load the store page or move between tabs? This problem has a name: saturation of temporary files. But some people have discovered a strange solution to this issue. It may seem strange, the explanation doesn’t seem to convince, but this trick was tested and proven to work!


When you have the same iPhone for several years, probably you began to notice that its performance decreased slightly, especially with new versions of software. Apple has been blamed for causing this loss of performance with iOS 9 and its innovations, especially on the iPhone 4S. Apple has even been sued for this problem.

However, before taking any drastic actions, it is necessary to explore the causes of the problem and realize that probably the solution is to clean the App Store memory.

Instructions how to flush App Store memory on iPhone and iPad

This was published on the Twitter by the developer Zachary Dryer who shared the trick with his followers:

  • Open the App Store and press ten times one of the five buttons on the bottom of the screen
  • Do it repeatedly, always the same button, quickly but continuously
  • The screen should turn off briefly and the App Store will be loaded again
  • At this point the App Store should be restored and the problems should be solved

This is a useful trick if the App Store application sometimes freezes or gets too slow, to the point of slowing down the iPhone device. This slowness may even mean that the updates can be blocked which is causing some entropy in the real performance of your iOS. This bizarre tip, will certainly give a big shakeup in the speed of your iPhone. The trick also works on the iPad.


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