Speaker 1: Your iPhone works a lot and it can slow down over time. And ya know, it’s an apple intentionally and controversially slowing down your iPhone to increase its usefulness. It’s all on you. And whether you’re using an iPhone Six S in the US, or a shiny new iPhone 13 Pro, your phone tends to slow down. The more you use it, the more especially surfing the world wide web. Look at the strange facts. As you know a flamingo can fly at a speed of 35 mph. [00:00:30] He is a fast bird. Now over time, all that web browsing starts clogging your cache, which slows down your iPhone, but you can make it faster again by clearing that cache. And today I’m going to show you how to do it. Speaker 1: Most people only need to clear their cache once every month or two, which is usually when your browser builds up cash, enough to start slowing things down , [00:01:00] However, if you frequent a ton of sites on a regular basis, I recommend clearing your cache more often, whether it’s Chrome, Safari, or Money, whatever browser, when you visit a website. , your phone downloads data like photos, banners and other information. And helps speed up that process. Most browsers store some of this data in cash. So it’s easy to recover next time. Just like if you’ve left your keys on your kitchen counter, you can easily find them the next time you want to use them over time. Browser cache gets out of date [00:01:30] And the data no longer matches the current data actually used on the website. So clicking on your cache gives your browser a short reset and your web browsing becomes faster again. Now here is how you can clear the cache of your iPhone. And I am going to tell you about the three most popular iOS browsers. Let’s start with Safari. Safari is your iPhone’s default browser. And when you clear the cache, it will also affect any apple [00:02:00] The devices are signed in to your iCloud account. And as a result, the cache will be cleared on all your apple products, which is great for most people. But word of warning, you will need to sign back into any website you logged in to. Here’s how to clear your Safari cache. First open Settings, scroll down to Speaker 1: and select Safari. Then scroll down and tap Advanced, and then tap Website data. [00:02:30] After a moment or two, you’ll see the contents of Safari’s cache. To clear it, tap the Delete all website data button, and then confirm by tapping the Delete now button. That’s it, let’s move on to Chrome. Speaker 1: Cleaning your iPhones. Chrome cache requires a few more steps and you have to work through the Chrome browser itself. So the first thing you are going to do is to open the Chrome app the next day [00:03:00] down, isn’t it? 3. Tap the Menu icon. A popup window will appear with thumbnails on the top slide, thumbnail icons will appear until you get to Settings, scroll down and select Privacy, then tap Clear browsing data, then tap Time limit . Now Chrome lets you clear the cache for different time periods. I am always a chooser. Finally, go back to the Clear Browsing Data menu [00:03:30] And make sure Browsing History, Cookies, Sites, Data & Cash, Pictures and Files are all selected. Then at the bottom of the screen, tap the Clear browsing data button. You’ll have to confirm it by tapping the clear browsing data button a second time, well, this is for Chrome. Let’s move on to Firefox Speaker 1: Clearing your iPhone’s cache and Firefox is actually pretty straightforward. first open firefox then [00:04:00] In the lower right corner, tap the hamburger menu icon to open an options window at the bottom select Settings, then scroll down to the Privacy section and choose Data Management. And now you have a choice. You can either go down and tap on Clear private data. This will clear the data from all the sources you choose, which you can customize. If you wish, or you can tap Website data under the Website data menu to view and clear the data for all individual sites. [00:04:30] There’s also a clear private data button at the bottom of the screen, and it’s for Firefox that I finally need to clear my brain cash, but let me know in the comments. We also do these videos covering apple stuff every week, if you have any questions or want to share any other hints, let us know what topics you want us to cover. And subscribe for all things YouTube, press the bell. And thanks for watching.