As you’d head over to plan a birthday surprise for your mate, you’d undertake enormous planning. More often than not, you’d plan things over your iPhone, which is certain to get loaded with all the important information for his birthday. As you planned, you’d spend your friend’s birthday well. But what remained with you is all the data you saved on your phone including some website links, calendar dates, cache, cookies and so on. Well, all this once held importance to you, but isn’t required now. Moreover, all this data is eating up memory space, which you might want to use to save the precious moments you’ve spent on your buddy’s celebration. So would be the hack for you? It’s cleaning up the history on your iPhone! We’d give you a step by step guide to delete history on your iPhone in a jiffy.
- Clear up Call Records: Having recent calls might annoy you in some way! Go to the recent call you have made and tap on the Edit button. There you’ll get an option to clear these calls. Tap on ‘Clear All Recents’ and you are done.
- Safari’s History: This is again an easy work to do. Simply go on to the bookmarks section in the Safari browser on your iPhone and find ‘Clear History’ and ‘Clear Cookies and Data’. Tap on these options to clear search history on your iPhone.
Alternatively, you can get rid of search history via your phone settings as well. Just find Safari app in the settings of your phone and once you’ve opened Safari, go on to its settings. You’ll have the access to clear search history, cookies and data right there.
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However, if you don’t wish to create search history at all, then Apple has got a better alternative for you. Access the world wide web in private window, which is available within the Safari browser.
- Delete Conversations: Well, your text may be containing some of the important texts. But at the same time it also contains unnecessary messages that might mess up things in your head. Better delete them! So simply go on the Edit option right at the top right corner of your iPhone’s screen and delete all the messages that aren’t required anyway.
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- Reset Keyboard History: For some, auto-correction is a great help, whereas, it creates fuss for others. So if you belong to the latter category, better reset keyboard history on your iPhone. To do this, go on to your phone settings, tap on General, go to Reset and tap on Reset Keyboard History.
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So up are a few areas on your iPhone that can be cleared with just a few taps on it. However, if you wish to erase all of its content, then you should go for factory reset. You’ll be able to find this option within the settings of your phone. Tap on Settings> General> Reset> Erase All Content and Settings, and you are done!
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