Apple offers multiple ways for users to clear the cache on iPhone, whether it’s for Safari or iOS apps. Why do you clear cache? Simple, you clear cache, history, and cookies to improve the speed and performance. When you clear the cache, all the files, images, passwords, and scripts from previously visited websites will be snapped out of existence. You can clear the cache on iPhone apps by simply offloading or deleting them.
Disclaimer: If you clear the cache on your iPhone, all your websites will be logged out. Make sure to remember the passwords or use a password protector app to store all your passwords safely before clearing out Safari and other apps’ caches!
Follow the below-mentioned process to clear the cache on iPhone:
- Open the Settings app, then click on Safari.
- Tap on “Clear History and Website Data.”
- Tap on Clear History and Website Data to clear all of your Safari cache, history, and cookies.
- Your device will double-question if you want to clear Safari’s data.
- Click through the message that follows.
How to clear cache in iPhone for apps?
- Open the Settings app.
- Select “General” and tap on “iPhone Storage.” (The iPhone Storage option can be found beneath the Accessibility option).
- Select the app you want to offload and tap on “Offload App.”
- Tap on Offload to remove the app.
- Select the “Offload App” from the pop-up window. You can also delete the app if you no longer intend to use it.
How to clear the cache on iPhone for apps that already have a cache feature inbuilt?
- Open iPhone’s settings.
- Scroll until you see an eligible app, then tap on it.
- Look for a “Clear cache” option. If the toggle beside it is green, then tap on it to clear the app’s cache.
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