iPhone X Message App Freezes

In this blog, we’ll explain how to fix Apple iPhone X Message App Freezes and Crashes

From its new location, Apple launched its new generation smartphone, which is named iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, plus the new iPhone X phone for the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone phone series.

The Apple phone series includes new features unveiled for the first time at the Apple Conference. As a feature of water and dust resistance, as well as wireless shipping and other features that make them very distinctive phones.

Both iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus are coming with iOS 11, with new updates.
iOS 11 also offers an enhanced reality experience for hundreds of millions of iOS devices with a new platform for developers to design applications that allow users to add virtual content to realistic scenes. However, when you use the phone on the iOS 11 system, you see some problems such as Freezes and Crashes when accessing applications.

How To Fix iPhone X Message App Freezes and Crashes

1- Delete bad apps to fix crashing problem

2- Fix Memory problem, follow these steps:

First Method: Offload Apps

  1. Press Settings and Tap General
  2. Press iPhone Storage
  3. Click any applications, documents, or items you want to clean.
  4. select Offload App. If you do want to remove data and settings, select Delete App instead

Second Method: Review Large Attachments

  1. Press Settings and Tap General
  2. Press iPhone Storage
  3. Tap Messages
  4. Press “Review Large Attachments”

3- Clear App Caches

  1. Go to Home screen.
  2. Next Step, go to Settings.
  3. Select Account Settings
  4. Select Browser
  5. Tap Clear data.

4- Factory reset iPhone X

  1. Go to Home screen.
  2. Next Step, go to Settings.
  3. Select General.
  4. Tap Reset, and select option “Erase All Content and Settings“.
  5. After that, the screen will show information to confirm.
  6. Next step, write your passcode.
  7. Confirm your choice and wait to finish the operation.
  8. A Congratulations!

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