Here’s how you can clear the Safari cache on iPhone or iPad and delete all history and browsing data to save some storage space on your device.
When you browse a website using Safari on your iPhone, it caches some of the data on your device so that the website loads faster the next time you view it. These data include images, styling of web pages, scripts and so on. Likewise, it also stores your browsing data, history as well as cookies
While it’s good to have web pages cached and loaded faster, they take up some space on your device. The same applies to browsing data and cookies. Therefore, it’s a good idea to clear these data every once in a while to save some storage space.
In this guide, we will show you how to clear the Safari cache and delete all history and browsing data to save some storage space.
How to Delete Safari History, Cache and Browsing Data
Step 1: Open the Settings app.
Step 2: Tap on Safari.
Step 3: Scroll to the end and you’ll find a button labelled Clear History and Website Data. Tap on it.
Step 4: A confirmation message is displayed. Tap on Clear History and Data.
After you do this, all the cache, browsing data and history stored by Safari will be deleted. The next time you open Safari, you’ll notice that the history list is empty.
It is recommended that you regularly clear the cache and browsing data to save some storage space, especially if your device has a small storage space left. Over time, these data add up to consume a large portion of your device’s storage and by clearing them, you can re-use the space for other important data.
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