I know I’ve had a few moments where my iPhone 6 screen has frozen up.
It happens when you turn on the display and your phone suddenly stops working and your device has stopped responding to commands.
If it does, you have to reboot your device to fix it.
The process is similar to the one Apple used to fix its display problem with the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus, which have been receiving much attention.
If you’re having problems with your iPhone, the next thing to check is the software.
If the software is causing the problem, you’ll want to turn off all the apps that are interfering with the display.
Apple’s instructions to turn those apps off are simple, but they’re not easy.
The easiest way to do that is to open up Settings > General > About phone > Check for updates and security updates.
If Apple doesn’t mention anything about updates, that’s probably a good sign.
If there’s an update, you should see a notification saying “This app may have been updated and is no longer available for download.”
That means it’s safe to uninstall it.
I also like to turn the screen off for at least 15 minutes.
That’s just a bit of extra time to make sure your iPhone isn’t overheating.
You can also disable the microphone in Settings > Phone, and disable any apps that you don’t need to talk to your phone.
There are apps that will even disable the camera, but if you want the ability to take photos with it, turn it off.