Precaution is better than cure, they say. This also applies to your iPhone and if you ask yourself how you can reduce the risk of hanging up with your iPhone, you should read the following:
- Protect your device from extreme temperatures. High temperatures can cause iPhone malfunctions. Make sure your iPhone is moving at acceptable temperatures (between 0 and 35 degrees Celsius). Do not leave your iPhone in the parking vehicle when it is very hot outside and do not expose the iPhone to direct sunlight for a long period of time.
- Check the memory capacity. You should keep the thumb always about 250 MB of disk space.
- Periodically perform a security scan of your device to secure the information. Securing your device also allows you to remove data from the device and create additional storage space. Make this “spring cleaning” regular to protect your iPhone from unexpected problems such as hanging up.
- Just as important is a regular update of the software. As you can see from the solution above, an update of the software fixes your problem. If the device is suspended during an update, you should use Dr.Fone to re-enable the device.
The fact that an iPhone is suspended during an update is one of the usual problems that an iPhone user feels exposed to. And although there are a lot of solutions for this, no one is as effective as Wondershare’s Dr.Fones iOS system restoration software. And it is very fast – it takes no more than 10 minutes to return the unit to its normal state. It is also important to take measures that protect the device from being suspended. We hope the tips in part 3 will help you to keep the device safe and functional.