Welcome to our latest blog post where we’ll be discussing a topic that is often overlooked but can have a significant impact on your iPhone’s performance – clearing cache. Whether you’re looking to free up some space or improve the speed of your device, clearing cache is an essential step in maintaining a healthy and optimized iPhone. In this article, we’ll explore two methods of doing this – with cleaner apps and without them. So, buckle up as we take you through everything you need to know about how to clear cache on iPhone!
How to clear Safari browser cache on iPhone?
The Safari browser on your iPhone caches data as you browse the web. Over time, this cached data can start to take up space on your device. If you find that your Safari browser is running slowly or if you’re running out of storage space, you may want to clear the cache.
There are two ways to clear the cache in Safari: through the Settings app or by using a third-party app.
If you want to clear the cache in Safari through the Settings app, follow these steps:
1. Open the Settings app and tap “Safari.”
2. Scroll down and tap “Clear History and Website Data.”
3. Confirm that you want to clear the history and website data.
If you want to use a third-party app to clear the cache in Safari, there are a few options available. One popular option is iMyFone Umate Pro iPhone Cleaner, which can be downloaded from the App Store. Another option is PhoneClean, which is available for free from the App Store.
Once you’ve installed one of these apps, follow these steps to clear the cache in Safari:
1. Open the app and connect your iPhone to your computer.
2. Select “Safari” from the list of options.
3 Choose “Clear Cache.” 4 Follow the prompts to complete the process.
How to clear Chrome browser cache on iPhone?
Assuming you’re using the Chrome app:
1. Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen.
2. Select “Settings.”
3. Scroll down and select “Privacy.”
4. Tap “Clear Browsing Data.”
5. Select “Browsing History,” “Cookies, Site Data,” and any other items you want to clear from your history. Then tap “Clear Browsing Data.”
Software to clear the cache on iPhone
If your iPhone is running slow or having other issues, one thing you can do to try and fix the problem is to clear the cache. The cache is a collection of temporary files that are generated by the apps on your phone. Over time, these files can build up and take up space, which can lead to performance issues.
There are a few different ways to clear the cache on your iPhone. One option is to use a dedicated cleaner app like CleanMyPhone or PhoneClean. These apps will scan your device for cached files and allow you to delete them with just a few taps.
Another option is to manually delete the cache files yourself. This can be done by going to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data. This will remove all of the cached data from Safari, which is the built-in web browser on iPhone.
If you’re still having issues after clearing the cache, it’s worth trying a hard reset. This will force your iPhone to restart and should help clear any lingering problems. To do a hard reset, hold down the Power button and Home button simultaneously for 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears.