1. hetera01's Avatar
    Hello everybody,
    I am thinking to myself and it might sound silly/stupid,but i have been having this thought in my mind lately,i wanted to know,it has something to do with the iPhone,if anyone knows,please let me know/tell me,ok,so,if you restart your iPhone a lot during the week/a day/days does this function/action do the harm to the iPhone or not really? How restarting affect the iPhone? If it doesn't affect it at all then it is great/good news,i feel really embarrassed/stupid by asking such a thing like that (((( :/ ;/
    How good it is to restart the iPhone? Can i restart it as much as i need or when it is necessary?
    I am truly sorry my dear people,thank you very much ))))
    08-23-2017 05:39 PM
  2. Tartarus's Avatar
    Just restart and shut off your iPhone as much as you like. It can handle it. You’re safe. Don’t worry.
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    08-23-2017 06:11 PM
  3. hetera01's Avatar
    Ok,i see,thank you very much dear ))))
    08-23-2017 06:18 PM
  4. TripleOne's Avatar
    Hey!
    It’s totally find to restart your iPhone. Don’t worry too much about it
    hetera01 likes this.
    08-24-2017 07:09 AM
  5. hetera01's Avatar
    Ok,i see,i understood,thank you very much dear ))))
    08-24-2017 07:51 AM
  6. nickx91's Avatar
    I have made a routine to restart my device 4 times a day because I use my device much often. It set things straight.
    08-25-2017 04:00 AM
  7. hetera01's Avatar
    Ok,i see dear,it is understandable
    08-25-2017 04:34 PM
  8. Not Quite Right's Avatar
    Apples stance is always let iOS do the maintenance of the phone and the only time it needs restarting is if there's a problem ... People act like this is Windows 95 on a PC with 64k of RAM.
    Tartarus likes this.
    08-25-2017 04:50 PM
  9. hetera01's Avatar
    Ok,i see,thank you for telling me dear ))))
    08-25-2017 05:51 PM
  10. nickx91's Avatar
    Some times (at least mine) iPhone starts acting weired because of apps. Restarting makes it clean
    08-28-2017 02:57 AM
  11. hetera01's Avatar
    Ok,i see,understandable )))))
    08-28-2017 06:22 AM
  12. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    Some times (at least mine) iPhone starts acting weired because of apps. Restarting makes it clean
    True, but restarting four times a day is quite excessive. I restart mine maybe once a week on average. Maybe you’re just using a lot of misbehaving apps or maybe there’s another issue with your device if it’s requiring that many restarts. When is the last time you restored and set up as a new device? It’s amazing what a difference that can make.
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    08-28-2017 06:53 AM
  13. TripleOne's Avatar
    I agree with Rob. Four times a day is too much. I rarely restart my iPhone. Maybe 5-10 times a year.
    08-28-2017 08:45 AM
  14. pixeline's Avatar
    Ok,i see,understandable )))))
    I'm a little curious as to the reason why you restart your iPhone so often - does it give you trouble?

    When I was on Android (for many years), I restarted my phone every morning after updating my apps and it always behaved beautifully - never any trouble!

    After I switched to iPhone (about 6 months), I restart once a week (better safe than sorry).
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    08-28-2017 09:01 AM
  15. TripleOne's Avatar
    I'm a little curious as to the reason why you restart your iPhone so often - does it give you trouble?

    When I was on Android (for many years), I restarted my phone every morning after updating my apps and it always behaved beautifully - never any trouble!

    After I switched to iPhone (about 6 months), I restart once a week (better safe than sorry).
    I had to do that with my Note back in the day, and it sucked hahaha
    08-28-2017 09:03 AM
  16. Spencerdl's Avatar
    I restart my iPhone about once a week. Not sure I have to do it that often, I just do.
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    08-28-2017 09:05 AM
  17. pixeline's Avatar
    I had to do that with my Note back in the day, and it sucked hahaha
    I didn't mind - thought it was a small price to pay for a fine working phone
    08-28-2017 09:11 AM
  18. Spencerdl's Avatar
    I didn't mind - thought it was a small price to pay for a fine working phone
    Really??, I hated doing that every morning, noon and night on my Note 3.
    08-28-2017 09:16 AM
  19. pixeline's Avatar
    I didn't mind - thought it was a small price to pay for a fine working phone
    If I was that happy with Android, why did I switch to iPhone?

    Well to tell you the truth I'm getting a bit long I the tooth and I'm not so adventourous (spelling?) any more. So the smooth running iPhone suites me just fine .
    08-28-2017 09:32 AM
  20. TripleOne's Avatar
    If I was that happy with Android, why did I switch to iPhone?

    Well to tell you the truth I'm getting a bit long I the tooth and I'm not so adventourous (spelling?) any more. So the smooth running iPhone suites me just fine .
    Hahahaha
    I’m not as adventurous either, very satisfied with the iPhone and Apple overall.
    08-28-2017 07:22 PM
  21. Quis89's Avatar
    Only time my phone restarts is on the occasion that it randomly reboots itself. Doesn't happen terribly often but it does happen on occasion. Aside from that, I hardly ever restart it myself.
    08-28-2017 11:58 PM
  22. nickx91's Avatar
    True, but restarting four times a day is quite excessive. I restart mine maybe once a week on average. Maybe you’re just using a lot of misbehaving apps or maybe there’s another issue with your device if it’s requiring that many restarts. When is the last time you restored and set up as a new device? It’s amazing what a difference that can make.
    I have several apps like few games, and messaging apps which I keep on shuffling. I don't think it's because of that. My phone was twice fell down. I think it may be because of that.
    09-05-2017 09:14 AM

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