How To Speed Up Any iPhone on iOS 9 Easily

While we all have been a part of this evolution of the Smartphone industry with plethora of manufacturers jumping into this lucrative business, each promising to bring something new to this blusterous market, one has to agree that one company that has managed to set every record straight year-over-year and set itself some really high standards is the Cupertino-giant Apple, the undisputed king of Smartphone market, in many ways. While there has been some serious tough competition, especially from Samsung, which has taken a major market share Worldwide from Apple, Apple still stands tall when it comes to the most revenue generating smartphone company. What makes Apple do this year-over-year is the heed it pays to nurturing customer satisfaction & overall system behavior, thus leaving users with the most flawless experience with the best Real-World performance. Such has been the case with Apple wherein with the launch of the updated ‘S’ moniker models viz iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, Apple has once again laid more focus on the Real-World performance by tweaking the internals and keeping the look and feel more so the same(except for the new Rose Gold option). Saying of the internals, we saw a new Processor, a new improved Touch-ID, a new Camera setup and other various small tweaks making debut, promising to bring desktop-class performance to smartphones.

While Apple has been showered with some sense-defying criticism such as for the Chip-gate, Battery-gate, Bend-gate and what not, preliminary tests have came out to reveal what the ground reality actually is. So much so that Apple’s new processor has been found to have better Real-World performance as compared to the best-in-class Snapdragon processors fitted in flagship Android devices that are further mated to top-of-the-line hardware components such as RAM and GPU. That speaks volumes about the fact the the perfect amalgamation of Software & Hardware can lead to better results with even inferior looking hardware specs. Such has been the case with Apple’s latest flagships where its new iOS 9 works like a charm, with ever-so-flawless transitions and overall behavior. But when it comes to previous iPhone models running iOS 9, there is a certain dent to the overall performance, largely due to aging hardware that just doesn’t seem to be capable enough to bear the toll of various transition effects that iOS 9 brings along, leaving users with a stuttering, compromised UI. Thus, in order to fix this and help you make your iOS 9 compatible older iPhone models as flawless as the new flagships, we bring to you the following step-by-step tutorial on How-to speed up any iPhone on iOS 9 easily. Take a look!

Speed Up Any iPhone on iOS 9

How To Speed Up Any iPhone on iOS 9 Easily

Step 1 : First and foremost, in order to access Cydia store, you would need a Jailbroken iPhone at your hands. To do the same, follow this step-by-step tutorial by clicking here.

Step 2 : Once you have successfully Jailbroken your iPhone, open up Cydia, add repository to your list of Cydia sources, search for Speed Intensifier and install the same. Speed Intensifier is currently available for free under Cydia’s Philip Wong repo.

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Step 3 : Respring/reboot and you would now be able to Speed Up any iPhone on iOS 9 with lighting fast animations and flawless transitions improving the overall feel of the iOS 9.


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