It looks like there’s a way to speed up your old iPhone 6 or 6s, but you’re not going to like it
Can an old iPhone battery be responsible for a noticeable drop in overall performance? Some of you may already know what I’m talking about, the kind of iPhone slowness you start noticing soon after you install a brand new iOS version. Some people say Apple’s to blame, as the company is looking to convince customers to upgrade their devices by slowing down their existing iPhones. That’s just silly, of course.
It’s just a coincidence that you start noticing how slow an old iPhone is after installing a brand new iOS release right when a new iPhone launches. That’s because every major iPhone release is preceded by the launch of the latest iOS, which might include new features that older models struggle with. But a new finding indicates that Apple might be indeed to blame for slowing down certain iPhones. Before you get too worked up though, Apple only does it to make sure your iPhone doesn’t suddenly power down, which is an issue iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s users are all too familiar with.