Cleanup And Defrag IPad 2

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I have been using iPad for quite a long time now. Apparently it has become slower. Do I need to defrag iPad so that it becomes faster just like other PCs?

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Cleanup And Defrag IPad 2

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Apple products like the iPad do not have such limitation. There no such thing as to defrag and clean up an iPad. However, your device must be slow due to different reasons, and you may try any one of the following steps as per the problem.

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  1. Delete redundant files to save storage space.
  2. Clear the local cache.
  3. Also, check for any new updates for your iOS. If there is any follow the procedure to update your system.
  4. Go to Safari and clear your cookies and offline website data.
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If you are thinking of defragmenting your iPad, you are risking of killing your device. Defragmenting a storage device is designed for regular hard drive only which an iPad doesn’t have. If you try to defragment your iPad, you might damage its internal storage. The best way to speed up your device is to update its firmware.

Update your iPad to the latest iOS to fix any bugs that cause lag to its performance. Aside from that, you should also check your device for apps that are left running in the background. Normally, in mobile devices, when you run an app and close it later, it doesn’t usually exit completely like what normal programs do on a regular desktop computer.

Most of the time, when you exit an app, it will exit your screen alright but will remain running in the background. When you have multiple apps running in the background, it will surely decrease the device’s performance. To make sure every app closes properly, check your task manager every time you close an app.

When you see it is still running in the task manager even after closing it, swipe the app to the left or right to terminate it completely. One particular app that will stay running in the background even after closing it is the Safari browser. So, if you notice your iPad is beginning to get slower, check your task manager.

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