You can clear cache, history, and cookies on your iPhone for Safari to improve speed and performance.
You can also clear cache for iPhone apps by offloading or deleting them to free up space.
When you clear cache, you may lose some saved data from Safari or iPhone apps, like passwords and files.
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Apple offers several ways for iPhone users to clear their cache, whether it’s for Safari or iOS apps.
When you clear cache on iPhone for Safari, it means all the files, images, passwords, and scripts from previously visited websites will be wiped. You can also clear cache on iPhone apps by offloading or deleting them.
Clearing cache for Safari and certain apps can free up space on your iPhone, improving speed and performance by removing unnecessary app data.
Important: Before you clear cache on iPhone for Safari or any app, make sure you know your passwords, as deleting your cache will log you out of websites you frequent.
Here’s how to clear cache on your iPhone.
How to clear cache, history, and cookies on iPhone for Safari
To clear cache on your iPhone, select Safari in the Settings app and click “Clear History and Website Data.”
Here’s a full step-by-step guide:
1. Open the Settings app and click Safari.
2. Tap “Clear History and Website Data.”
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