How To Fix Apps Keeps Crashing On Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
Does your app keep crashing on the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? If it does, it may be due to varying reasons. In this guide, we’ve provided some tips on how you can stop apps crashing on your device.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were two of the best smartphones in 2016 and they’re still some of the best smartphones today. Usually, when an app crashes it’s due to the app malfunctioning and not because of a performance issue on the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus. With this in mind, you can often quickly fix the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus app crashing issue.
Sometimes, you may need to update the app to fix the issue. In other cases, you may need to update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS. If neither of these methods work, or there aren’t any updates available, follow the rest of the guide listed below.
Delete Bad Apps to Fix Crashing problem
Like mentioned before, it’s usually the app that’s causing the crashing and not the iPhone itself. If you have noticed that the iPhone always crashes when using certain apps, make sure that you remove the app from your device completely. You can download it again in the future once the developers have released a version of the app that fixes the crashing problem.
Factory Reset Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
If you can’t figure out why the crashing is happening, or it’s happening across all of your apps, you may have an underlying OS software problem. If this is the case, you will need to factory reset your device. Doing this will remove all files and apps and send the device back to factory default settings. Before you choose to do this, please backup your files. Learn how to factory reset the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
In other cases, your iPhone or iPhone 8 Plus may be crashing simply because it’s dealing with a number of memory related problems. This can happen when you leave your smartphone on for too long. If it’s been awhile since you last turned your iPhone 8 off, switch it off now. Once it has been switched off, simply switch it back on again to clear the memory. Alternatively, follow the steps listed below.
- Open Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage
- Tap Manage Storage
- Tap any item Documents and Data
- Slide your finger to the left on items you don’t need to delete it
- Tap Edit > Delete All to remove all the app’s data
It’s Due to a Lack of Memory
Sometimes your device may be running out of storage space. If this is the case, your device may be crashing because the apps you are using don’t have enough storage space to carry out the tasks they need to perform. You can fix this issue by quickly deleting old apps, files or photos to clear up space.