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How To Clear Your iPhone's Cache
MATT MILANO
Browsing the web makes all browsers, including Safari on the iPhone, cache or save web content like images and static web pages. While caching helps load websites faster on subsequent visits, it may cause a browser to not update properly, preventing you from seeing up-to-date content.
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A browser's cache can grow in size to several hundred megabytes, a gigabyte, or more, so in order to clear the history and data from the Safari browser, you need to open the Settings app and tap "Safari." Scroll down to "Clear History and Website Data," tap it, and confirm your choice when asked.
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However, once you clear out Safari's cached data, you will need to log back into any websites you were previously logged in to. If you still want your iPhone to have more storage space, you can always offload unused apps while still saving the associated documents and data, re-downloading them when needed.
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To do this, open the Settings app and tap "General,” followed by "iPhone Storage." Once you find "Offload Unused Apps," tap "Enable," scroll through the list of available apps, and tap "Offload App" before confirming your selection.
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Alternatively, you can always have iOS automatically offload unused apps by using the Settings app. Open the Settings app, tap "App Store," and toggle the "Offload Unused Apps" option on.
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