You should remember that your iPhone is basically a mini version of your PC or Mac. And as with its larger predecessors, there may be many reasons why that
IPhone suddenly freezes or hangs up. Here are some common reasons for this:
- You are using an older iOS version. If you do not update, it may be because your iPhone is not working properly. An updated software means that Apple has improved the functionality of your iPhone and solved problems with the previous version. App developers also update the apps’ encoding when there is a software update to secure the functionality of the app. So if you update your app, but not the iOS, you may experience compatibility problems and disable your iPhone.
- How much internal storage capacity do you have in stock? If you have too little disk space, the functionality of your iPhone can be compromised – make sure you have at least 16GB.
- A bad app (either buggy or corrupt) is often the reason for the freezing of the iPhone. A sign of this is when the iPhone hangs up when a certain app is running. If you are using a cell phone cover, be sure to remove it when charging, to give the iPhone more cooling. It is then more concerned with cooling itself than using the resources for the operation of the iPhone.