If your iPhone has become a little slow, it may not mean you need to run out and get the latest iPhone. Try clearing your iPhone cache instead. This simple trick may get your iPhone back up to speed. In addition to clearing the cache, you may also want to try freeing up space on your iPhone.
Usually, visiting a website requires your phone to download and save information like photos, banners and other data in order to load that website quicker when you return. But over time, this collection of data can slow things down. That's why clearing your cache can help because it gives websites a fresh start in your browser and frees up some space in your storage.
How to clear your iPhone cache in Safari
It's important to note that this process will affect all devices signed into your iCloud account. As a result all your devices' caches will be cleared, and you'll need to sign into everything the next time you use them.
1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2. Select Safari from the list of apps.
3. Scroll down and select Clear History and Website Data.
4. Confirm your selection.
How to clear your iPhone cache in Chrome
1. Open the Chrome app.
2. Select the three dots in the bottom right to open more options.
3. Scroll down and select Settings.
4. Select Privacy in the next menu.
5. Then select Clear Browsing Data to open up one last menu.
6. Select the intended time range at the top of the menu.
7. Make sure that Cookies, Site Data is selected, along with Cached Images and Files. Finally, hit Clear Browsing Data at the bottom of the screen.