Clearing cookies on an iPhone can help your phone’s browsers run quicker and fix issues. On an iPhone, here’s how to clear or block cookies.
-You may need to clear your cookies if Safari isn’t showing pages correctly or your iPhone is running out of space.
-On an iPhone, you can clear cookies with a few taps in the Settings app.
-If you’re concerned about third-party websites gathering your personal information and browsing history, you can completely block cookies.
Websites save little files on your phone or computer called cookies to help them remember information about you and your visit. They can customize and personalize your web experience this way. Cookies may be used by your bank to remember your login email address and how the web page is displayed. Cookies may be used by a store to remember what’s in your shopping cart.
Cookies are small pieces of data that websites install on your iPhone or iPad (or any other device you use to explore the internet) in order to improve your browsing experience. Cookies and their related data can improve your web experience faster, smoother, and more intuitive by helping you remember login information, recording what sites you frequently visit, and tracking what things you are interested in on Amazon. Cookies and their saved data, on the other hand, can quickly eat up critical storage space on your iPhone or iPad, reducing overall performance.