When you want to clear cookies on your iPhone, you have a few options. We’ll show you how to clear all the cookies from your browser, how to delete specific types of cookies, how to reset Safari and delete all apps, and how to block advertising networks.
There are a few different ways to clear cookies on your iPhone. You can clear all the cookies from your browser, delete specific types of cookies, reset Safari and delete all apps, and block advertising networks.
To clear all the cookies on your iPhone:
- Open Settings. 2. Scroll down to Safari and tap on it. 3. Tap Clear Cookies and Data. 4. Tap Clear Cookies in the confirmation window that appears to confirm you want to delete all the cookies from your browser.
To delete specific types of cookies:
- Open Settings (as shown above). 2. Scroll down to Privacy and tap on it. 3. Scroll down until you find Cookie Preferences and tap on that option in the list of options beneath it, then choose a type of cookie that you want to delete (such as first-party or third-party). 4. Next, scroll down until you find Cookies & Web Data and tap on that option in the list of options beneath it, then choose a cookie type that you want to delete (such as by domain name or by date). 5. Finally, scroll down until you find Content Tracking IDentifier, then tap on Delete All Content Tracking Identifiers in the confirmation window that appears t confirm this is what you want do do with this particular tracking identifier (which is usually just referred to as “cookie”).
You might have a specific type of cookie that you want to delete. For instance, if you have an online account with a certain website, they might store your login credentials in their cookies. If you want to clear these cookies and log into the website again, follow these steps:
- Tap on the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and tap on Safari.
- Tap on Clear Cookies and Data located at the bottom of the screen to delete all cookies set by this website from your iPhone’s browser.
- To delete specific types of cookies, tap on Clear Cookies and Data found at the bottom of the screen again and select the type of cookie you want to delete from there, like Browsing History or Autofill Forms.
How to reset Safari and delete all apps on your iPhone
After you have cleared the cookies, it’s time to erase all the apps and reset Safari to its default settings. Here are a few ways to do that:
– On your iPhone’s home screen, tap and hold on the Safari icon until the icon starts to jiggle.
– Tap “Delete” and then tap “Delete” again to confirm.
– Go back to the home screen and then tap on “Settings.”
– Scroll down until you find “Safari” and then tap it.
– Tap on “Clear History” in Safari’s settings menu.
– Go back one more time to the home screen, and then press and hold down on the Safari icon.
When you let go of your finger, you will be asked if you want to delete all of your data from Safari or keep it all. Choose what works best for you, but make sure that your data is cleared out so that it does not remain on your phone as a security risk.
How to reset your iPhone
Now that you have deleted all the data from Safari, it’s time to reset your iPhone. The reset process is similar to the one used before, but you will have to go through a few more steps.
– Tap “Settings” on your home screen.
– Scroll down until you find “General” and tap it.
– Scroll down until you find “Reset” and tap it again.
– Tap on “Erase All Content and Settings.”
Your iPhone will now be completely reset to its factory settings. This means that all of your data will be deleted, but it also means that you will have a clean slate on which to start over with your phone without any security risks or other issues getting in the way of how well your device works for you as an individual.
Delete all apps
If you want to delete all apps on your iPhone, go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase all content and settings.
To delete all apps, you’ll need to enter your passcode. If you don’t have a passcode set up on your device, you’ll need to tap the Cancel button and then tap Erase iPhone (or Erase All Content and Settings) again. You will be warned that this action cannot be undone .
If you do have a passcode set up on your device, entering it will bring up a list of the installed apps on your iPhone. You can then choose to delete each one individually or all at once. If you choose to delete individual apps, the process is the same as it was in Step 3 above.
If you choose to delete all of the apps at once, however, there is one additional step that must be taken before any data can actually be erased . On this screen, you’ll see a message telling you that “Erasing all content and settings will permanently erase all media and data.” To continue with this process, tap the Erase iPhone button in the upper right-hand corner of your screen (it’s a red button with an arrow pointing down).
Once you do this, your iPhone will reboot one last time , after which it should display a black screen with white text reading ”
Block advertising networks.
If you want to completely block advertising networks, you can do so by going to Settings > Safari > Privacy and turning off the option that reads: “Limit Ad Tracking.”