My 6s become laggy , animations are stuttering ..

calibru_2good_4u

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My 6s become laggy , animations are stuttering .. all of that because i made a clean dfu restore and my phone is slowdown ... How can i bringht back my phone performance? Sorry for my bad english .
 

Tapiture

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If I'm getting this right, this happened AFTER you reset it? In that case you should definitely take it to an Apple Store.
 
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miragebg

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You have most probably a rogue app in background. Did you put any backup back after the restore?

P.S. ok, I saw you didn't...
 

miragebg

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Sounds like there is a stuck app in background, which consumes power, that's why your phone is getting hot even on idle..
 

miragebg

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May be it's better to do DFU once more, but this time don't put any apps on the phone, but wait a bit to see if this continues and if so, may be it's time to visit Apple store
 

zorinlynx

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Sounds like there is a stuck app in background, which consumes power, that's why your phone is getting hot even on idle..
I do wonder, wouldn't a "stuck app in the background" be a bug in *iOS*, not necessarily the app?

iOS is not supposed to allow apps to sit in the background consuming resources. They restrict this even to the point of annoyance; things like SSH applications can't leave connections open in the background for more than a few minutes.

I'm just wondering how these apps that get stuck using resources in the background can get away with it without being killed by the OS.
 

calibru_2good_4u

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I do wonder, wouldn't a "stuck app in the background" be a bug in *iOS*, not necessarily the app?

iOS is not supposed to allow apps to sit in the background consuming resources. They restrict this even to the point of annoyance; things like SSH applications can't leave connections open in the background for more than a few minutes.

I'm just wondering how these apps that get stuck using resources in the background can get away with it without being killed by the OS.
I don't think is an app.. i think is a ****ing glitch...