How to Overclock iPhone 6s to speed up the phone

Many users asked to How to Overclock iPhone 6s to increase the performance of their phone. Here is are the possible ways to overclock the processor of your iPhone.

What is Overclocking

Overclocking is the process of speeding up or increasing the clock speed than official efficiency provided by Manufacturer. In other words, overclocking is the method of configuring the hardware components to obtain extra utility and performance than the default.

Overclocking is method triggering main processor or graphics controller, but systems such as RAM are also involved in this process which leads to an increase in power consumption and fan noise. Due to overclocking many manufacturers gives the extra functionality of safety to deal with operating conditions outside the control of manufacturers. The disadvantage of overclocking your Intel processor is overheating and more power usage. Ultimately, heating will result in decreasing the life span of your CPU.

Read also – Is it safe to overclock AMD GPU Rx 580?

About iPhone 6s

  • Apple iPhone 6s comes with 4.7 inches screen with a resolution of 750 x 1334 pixels.
  • It is powered by Dual core, 1.84 GHz processor with 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage.
  • As far as cameras are concerned it has 12 MP for the rear and 7 MP as the front shooter.
  • Lastly, it has a 1715 mAh Non-removable battery.

Full specs

How to Overclock iPhone 6s

We have not tested this tutorial on iPhone 6s but would be working on lower models such as iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS, 4S.

  1. First of all, make sure your device is jailbreak or not. If not then learn Jailbreaking from –
  2. Use Cydia iFile manager and go to System/Library/System Configuration/PowerManagement.bundle/
    And For iPhone 4S, go to System/Library/System Configuration/
  3. Now we have to find “” scroll the list down, rename this file to “SystemPowerProfileDefaultbak.plist”
  4. Now Reboot your iPhone.
Models after iPhone 5 use dynamic clock scaling to ensure the optimum clock frequency provided by phone. In addition, I think frequency must in the range of 500Mhz when 1.3GHz is on full load. Apple uses dynamic clock scaling underclock devices to provide maximum battery life of your phone.
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