IPhone memory is not endless, alas.It may happen that the applications will not be installed, the camera will not take photos and the songs will not be loaded.So it will also happen at the most inopportune moment, when it will be necessary to urgently save.Let Apple refused the new iPhone from memory 64 GB, but even 128 GB is still not enough.After all, the lack of a place threatens not only the inability to preserve something, but also the braid of the device, because it has no place to complete everyday tasks.One way to restore space and performance is to remove the cache.We’ll do this now, and at the same time we will understand who needs it at all.
The question of cleaning the cache on the iPhone is still open.
Do I need to clean the cache on the iPhone
In a nutshell, cache is data stored locally by the operating system and applications.This includes web pages, saved games, downloads from applications and much more.IOS also stores temporary information when recording files or when it needs to save instructions.All these data take place, which, in turn, can limit your downloads and phone performance.
Clash cleaning is getting rid of old data that can help protect your information, and can also help your device work better.
However, keep in mind that when removing the application cache (and the entire system), all data is removed without analysis.That is, the necessary ones too.In many cases, your applications need these data for proper operation, or at least in order to remember your preferences and settings.
Even on the iPhone from time to time you need to clean the cache.But you should not be hard to zoom.
That is, before cleaning the cache of any application for the iPhone, think about whether you really need its data.If these are the files that you need, save them.And if these are settings - remember.Be prepared for the fact that, most likely, the application will work as if it had only been installed.
Keep in mind that the cleaning of the cache does not replace the reset of settings to factory.If you want to restore the IPhone factory settings, then this is a separate process that is made through settings.
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How to clean the safari cache on iPhone
The easiest way to free up the storage space and increase iPhone performance is to clean the Safari cache.Here's how it is done:
Look at the top of the list and you will see how much Safari websites are kept on your device.In my case, it is 553 MB, but sometimes this volume reaches several gigabytes.In any case, even this is enough to quickly free the storage, take pictures on the trip, and then slowly disassemble the storage.
Cleaning the entire Safari cache.
Cleaning individual data.
To clean the specified memory volume, click "Delete all the data".Or click "Change" in the right corner and delete sites one at a time.
Remember that this will get rid of these websites, the history of views and cookies..If you do not want to delete these files, try cleaning the memory of the applications as described below.
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How to clean the iPhone application cache cache
Along with Safari, you can clean cache data for other built -in and third -party applications.One way is to open the application and remove its contents from the inside.For example, if you uploaded files in OneDrive or Dropbox for use in autonomous mode, you can delete local files from your iPhone without deleting them from the cloud.In other applications there are built -in tools, as shown below.
Open “Settings”, go to the “Basic” section ”and find there” IPhone storage ”.Inside this point you will see applications and data stored in them.For example, in my case, the podcasts, photos and FILMIC Pro occupy the most space.Not everyone will let you delete data, but some can do it.Just open and choose what you do not need.
Often too much data is stored inside the applications.In this case, I have a video shot through the application.
Do I need to reboot the iPhone
All operating systems create temporary files, which are usually designed to transfer data to permanent memory.They are also created when the memory cannot be highlighted for the task, and the OS turns to the local storage to use it as a notebook.
To delete these files, turn off the iPhone and immediately turn it on.At the iPhone X and later models, simultaneously press and hold the buttons to reduce the volume and power, then brush the right when the slider appears on the screen ".When the phone turns off, press and hold the power button to enable it.
On the iPhone Se or iPhone 8 (and more old), press the sound button to turn off.
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Restart will release part of the system memory, so the processor and the OS will have enough space to manage the tasks.During this process, all temporary files and other temporary information will be deleted.
Cache cleaning apps
Another method of cleaning the cache is to use a third -party application designed to optimize your iPhone.I do not recommend using such ways, but I can not help but say that they are.
As a rule, when using Apple products, it is recommended to use Apple-compatible applications.Be careful when you decide to use a third -party cleaning application, as you risk the safety of your phone.Especially if such applications will request too many rights.