Recently, many iPhone users have complained about the problem "Apps not working" on iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11. "Apps won't open on my iPhone X", "Apps quit unexpectedly on my iPhone in iOS 11" and "Apps stop responding on my iPhone X in iOS 11" are the words frequently said by them. If you are encountering one of these situations, no worry, here this article will help you out by providing the potential solutions to the "Apps not working" issue on your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus. For more fixes to common iPhone issues, go to tips for iOS devices to find what you need.
|1️⃣Update Apps/iOS to the latest version||It is to check whether there is nothing wrong with the compatibility between your iPhone and the Apps.||Easy|
|2️⃣Restart your iPhone||It helps address some minor issues with your iPhone.||Easy|
|3️⃣Reboot your iPhone||It is a common way to forcefully reboot your new iPhone.||Easy|
|4️⃣Re-install the problematic App||It is used to delete the Apps on your iPhone first and then download and install them again.||Moderate|
|5️⃣Free up iPhone space||It is to check whether there is much storage left on your iPhone.||Moderate|
Apps won't open or quit unexpectedly on your iPhone X may be due to the incompatibility between the latest iOS operating system and the Apps. How to check whether the App is compatible with your iOS version? Well, go to App Store, find the problematic App and check its system requirements. Then go to Settings > General > About to check your iOS version. If you find the system requirement of the App and your current iOS version doesn't match, you can update either your iOS or the App to its latest version. Because you may encounter various problems in a more detailed system, such as slow network, flashback, etc., it is recommended to update your iOS system with a professional tool -- EaseUS Mobixpert. It is a professional iOS system repair tool to help you solve various iOS problems.
Follow the steps to update your iOS system with EaseUS MobiXpert:
Step 1. Open EaseUS MobiXpert on your computer. Select "System Repair."
Step 2. Then select "iOS Upgrade/Downgrade."
Step 3. Select "iOS/iPadOS Upgrade" option.
Step 4. Then you will be prompted to connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable.
Step 5. Confirm your device model and then click "Next" to download the firmware for an upgrade.
Step 6. Once the firmware is verified, click "Upgrade Now" to start.
Step 7. Wait for the process to complete. Then click "Done" to close it.
While if there is nothing wrong with the compatibility between your device and the Apps but the Apps won't open or stop responding suddenly, you can restart your iPhone to have a try. There are two ways for you to restart your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11.
Method 1: If you want to turn off your iPhone in iOS 11 without the button, go to Settings > General > Shut Down and then drag the slider to turn your iPhone completely off. To turn your device on, press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
Method 2: If you want to switch off your iPhone with buttons, here is the way. On iPhone 8/8 Plus, press and hold the Side button until you see a slider, then move the slider to shut down your device. On iPhone X, press and hold both Side button and Volume Down (or Volume Up) button until a slider appears, then drag the slider to turn off your iPhone X. To start your iPhone X/8/8 Plus, press and hold the Side button until you see the Apple logo.
Restarting iPhone and rebooting iPhone are two common ways to solve the iPhone issues. You can also apply the tips to help you out of the "Apps won't open" or "Apps stop responding" problem. Don't know how to forcefully reboot your new iPhone? Learn how to make it from the detailed guide about how to force restart iPhone X/8/8 Plus.
This is a simple but effective method to try to cope with the "Apps not working on iPhone X/8/8 Plus" issue. You might have tried this tip already when you find Apps won't open on your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone X in iOS 11. If not, delete the Apps on your iPhone first and then download and install them again from App Store.
"Apps won't open on iPhone X" and "Apps stop responding on iPhone in iOS 11" may be caused by full storage on your iPhone. When you don't have much storage left on your iPhone, your iPhone Apps will run slow. It's not strange that the full storage on your iPhone is the main contributor to your "Apps not working on iPhone X/8/8 Plus" problem. Free up space on your iPhone X/8/8 Plus quickly to help yourself out of trouble.
Looking for the FREE way to add ringtones to your iPhone X, sync contacts from previous iPhone to your new iPhone or transfer photos from computer to your iPhone? As an iPhone user, you will need a tool to transfer data to or out of your iDevice. There are many tools that can help you with it. But if you want a truly free one, EaseUS MobiMover Free is the best choice for you. With MobiMover installed on your PC running Windows 7 or later, you can transfer photos, videos, audio, contacts, messages, notes and more between two iOS devices (iPhone/iPad in iOS 8 or later) or between iOS device and computer without any cost. Sounds great? Equip your PC with MobiMover and begin to transfer the whole or certain data from old iPhone to new iPhone with one click.
It is very annoying that apps cannot be opened on iPhone because you need to use these apps almost every day. This article provides five tips to help you solve this problem. The most effective one should be updating your iOS system. Then go to open the App again and see whether the "Apps not working on iPhone X" problem still exists.
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Select the app you wish to erase the cache for by scrolling through Settings. Click a toggle named "Reset cache on next start".
The lack of available space causes apps to fail repeatedly. And a poor Wi-Fi or mobile network prevents the apps from launching correctly.