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03-May-2015 20:19

Lots of our readers would like to speed up a slow, old i Phone - it's a common problem.If you're still using an i Phone that's two or more generations old, the chances are that it isn't as nippy as it used to be.We know that i Tunes error numbers in the 3000s are to do with communication failing or time outs. We replaced the sync cable, swapped USB ports and tried all the various solutions offered by Google, but in the end, we managed to get the handset up and running by doing the following: *=We ensured that we were connecting the i Phone to our computer directly and not via any kind of USB hub **=Shift clicking is a Windows process. On a Mac you would hold down your “option” key and click restore ***=This list i OS 4.0.1 firmware is for the i Phone 4 only. For links for the 3G & 3GS handset appropriate hardware, please click the relevant model name.This guide assumes that the computer you are going to use is connected to the Internet and is NOT behind a proxy server (for example, isn’t your work PC). There are known problems with i Tunes being able to communicate with Apple’s authentication servers from behind firewalls.Hopefully the above steps will help you out of your situation. If not, please feel free to ask in our comments section below and we’ll attempt to offer advice; however whilst researching our colleagues problem, we did come across a large number of people who have experienced upgrade errors and have had to get their device swapped out by Apple, who have done so in many cases without even attempting to restore problematic devices themselves since they have allegedly seen so many of them!The interface seems more sluggish, apps take longer to open or run - it just isn't the swift device you remember.

Whether you're on an i Phone 3GS, i Phone 4, i Phone 4S, i Phone 5, i Phone 5c, i Phone 5s, i Phone 6 or i Phone 6 Plus, you can benefit from our speed tips for older smartphones.

Apple's i Phone 6s, i Phone 6s Plus and i Phone SE are its flagship smartphones, but older models remain popular: the i Phone 6 and i Phone 6 Plus are still sold by Apple as budget alternatives, and plenty of Apple fans continue to use a beloved i Phone 5s, i Phone 5c, i Phone 4S, i Phone 4, i Phone 3GS or even older i Phone. All computing devices are prone to slowing down over time, as their memory fills up and extra software is installed, but the way i Phones use their memory makes them less prone to this than most.