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Browsing slow internet with iPhone? Here’s how to fix it in just a few steps

Sometimes accusations can happen to some Web browsing problem with the ‘Iphone. Let’s think, for example, of pages that load very slowly despite a perfect Internet connection, or a certain “strain” of navigating between screens. Could it be the first signs of a decline in the performance of the “iPhone”? We tell you right away that this is not the case.

iPhone Clear Cache (AdobeStock)

Especially if it is used Iphone For some time now, it has been advisable to take a simple step to clean the smartphone of that useless data that burdens – in some cases even in a somewhat annoying way – your browsing experience. It is one of the main operations that we do every day using our mobile phones.

We are not referring to data recovery, but to Cache cleaning: a process that the average user might not know much about but is actually of crucial importance. This is because, in general, our smartphone locally downloads some information such as photos, banners and data while browsing the web. This data is then stored in a portion of the device’s storage space (here we’re talking about cache) to be retrieved once the user returns to visit that specific site in the future, thus speeding up downloads and the overall browsing experience.

But the problem is that this data accumulates over time, and this can lead to some problems, such as slow loading of Internet pages. For such reasons, it is recommended Cache cleaning procedure once a month. It is not difficult to do and the only drawback is the separation from the sites you are connecting to. We will see how to do both Safari and Google Chrome, two of the most used browsers on the iPhone.

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How to Clear Cache on iPhone: Safari and Google Chrome

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Google Chrome (AdobeStock)

To clear the cache of Safari Simply open the Settings app on the iPhone, click on Safari, and in the Advanced section, click on Website Data. As a final step, select “Clear History and Website Data”, making sure to press the “Remove now” button to confirm everything.

On the other hand, if you use Google ChromeFollow these steps. Open the Chrome application on the iPhone this time, select the three dots at the bottom right and select the “Settings” item. On the next screen, click on Privacy and then on Clear browsing data, make sure that “Cookies and site data” and “Cached images and files” are checked. At this point, select the time interval and press “Clear browsing data” to confirm.

Maggie Benson

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