How to Free Up RAM Memory From an iPhone


In 2010, Apple released iOS 4.0, a software upgrade for its iPhone line of smartphones. One of the convenient features of this update is the ability to multitask on the iPhone device. This means that you can run background processes from one application while you're using another. Unfortunately, running certain apps together can slow down your iPhone's RAM. You can free up RAM on the iPhone in a few steps.

  • Double-click the iPhone's home screen button to pull up the multitasking menu. This shows apps that you've recently interacted with and apps that you're currently running in the background.

  • Close any apps or processes you aren't using. Hold your finger down on an app's icon until it starts to wiggle, and then press the X in the corner of the icon to close the application.

  • Tap the X on any other applications you want to close.

  • Press the home button to make the apps stop wiggling, and press it one more time to close the multitasking menu.

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