For iPhone owners, their current problem is to deal with the iOS Operating System. The problems can be different, and the only solution available is using two different methods to solve the troubleshooting. The best way is factory reset your iPhone or clearing the cache that can fix any bugs and software problems. If your iPhone has some delays, freezes, and glitches, the best solution is to clear the cache on the devices. We will tell you how to apply it on iPhone, so you can get something new to try.
How to clear iPhone cache for Safari
The following steps clear all cookies and web data cached on your device by Safari, although AutoFill information remains unchanged. Note that when you clear Safari browsing history, the same logs are cleared on any other devices signed in to the same iCloud account.
- Open Settings.
- Swipe down and tap Safari.
- Swipe down again and tap Clear History and Website Data, tap it once again to confirm.
How to clear your iPhone’s cache for third-party apps
Clearing the cache of third-party applications is variable. For example clearing cache on the Slack app can look easy because it has a cache reset option in the main Settings (Settings -> Slack -> Reset cache on next launch)
For apps that don’t provide a clear cache button, deleting the app and reinstalling it is the next option.
What to do if clearing the App does not work?
At this stage, you have cleared the cache of individual apps in your iPhone device, but the problem is still there. So what is the next thing you can do? There is no better solution than to uninstall the app. You must uninstall the app and then reboot your device.
If you want to reset your iPhone, you must back up all your data to avoid anything lost during the process to reboot the device. If the rebooting process was done, but the problem is still happening, it is a good option for you to perform a system cache wipe. It means that you are going to clear the cache partition on your device.
In the end, you can try the steps above as the alternative solution to clear your iPhone cache. It is better not to do cache wipe if you never backup your data.