When you first buy your iPhone or iPad, the feeling must be pretty amazing because you got a brand new device and it’s running fast. Later on, you may feel like things are sometimes not refreshing with new data, or that your storage space has gone away rather quickly.
Maybe cached files using more space than you would think, or maybe a specific app is having issues with cached data and can’t refresh with live data. In that case, you will need to clean out your iPhone’s memory, unwanted data, and caches. It’s time to find and remove cache, junk files on your iPhone or iPad and make it neat again.
We will start to clean out the cache of your Safari browser. This can easily be done from the stock Settings app.
When choosing this option, it will remove your History, cookies, and other browsing data. In other words, your pre-set credentials, the websites that you visited, and cache are not longer there anymore. Safari will be a brand new browser just like when you first open it.
stored by other apps can be cleaned out using the Usage option in Settings. Follow these steps:
For the most part, iOS will manage your memory effectively without you having to do anything. But we do find that restarting an iPhone occasionally is a good way to clear the memory and ensure that important apps have enough to use.
Doing this on a regular basis used to be vital on an iPhone, and it can still be useful on older models.