iPhone 13 And iPhone 13 Pro Freezing (Solution)

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have been praised as the best smartphones. Many iPhone 13 owners reported freezing problems with their iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, regardless of which app they were using. We’ll show you how to fix the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro freezing problems.

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro can freeze and crash for many reasons. Important to remember that your iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro should be updated to the most recent software update before any of these solutions can be attempted. If an app crashes frequently after the software update, please refer to the following instructions on how to fix the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro freezing/crashing.

Uninstall bad apps to fix a freezing problem

Bad third-party apps can cause iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro to freeze. To see if other users are having the same issues, it is a good idea to read the App Store reviews. Apple cannot troubleshoot third-party apps’ stability so it is up to the developer to fix their app. It is recommended that you delete any app that has not been updated in a reasonable time.

Factory Reset Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 13Pro

If you are unable to identify the problem with the Apple iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro, then you might need to do a factory reset to fix it. You will lose all your saved data and applications, as well as your Google account settings. It is important to back up your device before performing a factory reset. 

Memory problem

Apps can freeze or crash randomly if you don’t reboot your iPhone 13/13 Pro for several days. This is caused by a memory glitch. It can be solved by turning off the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro. These steps are not required.

Select Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Useage

Select Manage Storage.

Tap an item in Data and Documents.

Slide unwanted items to your left and tap Delete.

Tap Edit > Delete All for all data removal.

This is due to a shortage of memory

It is possible that the unstable app does not have enough memory to run properly. To free up internal memory, uninstall any infrequently or unused apps.

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