Clear Cache on Your iPhone or iPad
Considering how frequently most people use the internet, it’s no surprise how easily Cache, cookies, and unnecessary data build up. Although the cache storage allows you to load previously opened sites faster, it has negative effects.
Soon enough, this stored data becomes outdated and excessive and, as a result, stalls your iPhone or iPad. If your device is already slowing down due to low storage space, you may want to consider deleting caches. Follow the steps we will show you to achieve this.
Deleting Caches on Safari
First, launch your iPhone’s Settings App, then scroll down and tap Safari.
Then, scroll down and tap the “Clear history and website data” option.
Next, tap “Clear History and Data” on the pop-up menu to delete the Cache.
NB: Doing this will close all Safari tabs and log you out of websites you are signed in to.
Can You Delete Caches From Other Apps On iPhone?
Like your browser, apps also accumulate data over time and occupy space, making your iPhone slower. You can’t directly delete the Cache from apps on your iPhone. However, you can offload data to create more space. Here’s how
Launch the Settings app and tap General.
Then, select “iPhone Storage” and choose your preferred app.
Next, tap Offload App and select Offload App again for confirmation.
Note that this action will make available the space the app occupies while retaining its documents and data.