A Guide to Clear Cache from Safari on iPad

by karen minton I am a software engineer

iPad is a widely popular offering from Apple. It is one of the best when it comes to tablets, and we can see Apple putting efforts to make it better. Apple has been putting constant efforts to replace laptops with its iPad, and the availability of Safari on the iPad is one example of that. Safari is a popular web browser that is available for MacBook or iMac users by default. It is considered one of the best browsers in the world in terms of reliability, speed, and personalization. However, despite all the good efforts from Apple to make your experience of browsing seamlessly, there might be instances when you are facing issues with this browser. Such issues often occur with Safari on your iPad as some websites start to load slowly or do not load at all. There might be various reasons for that which cause the problem, but it might affect the performance of your device. To solve such web browser issues happening on your iPad, clearing cache is a good tip.

Cache is the pre-loaded data stored by a website on your device so that it can load faster next time, but sometimes these cache files affect the functioning of your web browser and device for no good reason. The process of clearing the cache is easy, and it likely solves all the issues with the Safari browser on your device. In this article, we are going to elaborate on the process of clearing cache from your iPad. Let’s scroll down. 

To initiate the process of clearing cache from your Safari web browser on the iPad, you have to visit the Settings app on your device. Settings app is the place that allows you to take control of every function on your iPad, including the Safari web browser. After opening the Settings app on your device, the next step to follow is tapping on “Safari.” You will find this option listed in Settings of your iPad after scrolling a bit. Tapping “Safari” will open a lot of options on the screen of your iPad, including an option saying ‘Clear History and Website Data.’ Tapping this option will clear your browser history, as well as the cache data on your Safari web browser. The best part of clearing cache data is that you will find a lot more free space available on your iPad after clearing the cache. It is also worth noting that this clearing process will also sign you out of the websites you were logged into on your browser, and the sites will take a little longer to load when you load them first.

Clearing cache from the Safari browser on your iPad can fix a lot of issues. In this article, we have elaborated on the process of clearing cache from Safari on your iPad, and you can use these easy steps whenever needed.

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Daisy Martin  arrived on the cyber security scene in the early 2000s when virus and malware were still new and slowly evolving. Her longtime affair with writing with an interest in the cybersecurity industry, combined with her IT degree, has contributed to experience several aspects of security suite industry such as blogging at  .

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About karen minton Senior   I am a software engineer

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