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Topic # 239730 1-Aug-2018 12:46
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For the last 6 odd months I’ve been needing to reboot my iPhone 7 every 2 weeks as data speeds get extremely slow. Once rebooted they’re back to normal. Phone is running ios11.3 (was having issues on previous versions) and operating on Spark. It’s not a major but gets a little frustrating. Any help/ideas would be much appreciated!

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  Reply # 2066279 1-Aug-2018 12:51
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WiFi or mobile data? 





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  Reply # 2066280 1-Aug-2018 12:55
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Mobile data

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  Reply # 2066326 1-Aug-2018 14:24
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Does putting it in and out of flight mode achieve the same result?,

 

Or do you need to do a full reboot?


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  Reply # 2066330 1-Aug-2018 14:30
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There's been several updates to iOS since 11.3, so may pay to install the updates first.




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  Reply # 2066335 1-Aug-2018 14:36
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wellygary:

Does putting it in and out of flight mode achieve the same result?,


Or do you need to do a full reboot?



Good question. Haven’t tried. Will do next time it happens



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  Reply # 2066337 1-Aug-2018 14:39
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RunningMan:

There's been several updates to iOS since 11.3, so may pay to install the updates first.


Yeh I know. I’ve heard 11.4.1 rinses your battery so may need to wait until ios12 to see if that helps

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  Reply # 2066360 1-Aug-2018 15:09
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Not sure what rinsing a battery is, but in addition to various bug fixes there is the battery health beta to monitor battery degradation.


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Updates just install over top of each other.  Try doing a full restore which will wipe and reinstall iOS.  


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