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After using your iPhone X for quite some time, it can feel a bit laggy or unresponsive. Fortunately, Apple’s iOS operating system is designed to handle this kind of issue.The most optimal way to address any bugs or other faulty software problems on your Apple iPhone X is to either complete a factory reset or a cache wipe.
The quickest and least damaging to your iPhone X is to do a proper cache wipe. It should resolve most issues like delays, glitches or freezes. The following instruction is a step-by-step guide on how to clear the cache.
How to Clear the App Cache on the Apple iPhone X
If your iPhone issues are only occurring for a specific app, definitely start with a clearing of your app cache. Here’s how…
- Turn on your iPhone X
- Open the Settings App
- Click on your Name at the top of Settings
- Choose iCloud
- Choose Manage Storage
- Choose the Offending App
- At the bottom, there’s a section called Documents & Data – beneath this is a list of files – swipe left to delete the files.
- Confirm the Delete
Only clear the data if it’s okay that you lose all information related to the app, including your username, passwords, game progress, preferences, settings, files, etc.
What to Do When Clearing the App Cache Doesn’t Help
When you are done clearing the cache of a specific app and the same issues still exist, the next besrt course of action would be to remove the app and reboot the device. It is worth mentioning that before rebooting the iPhone X, a backup of all your data should be made to avoid any disappearance of such data.
If even after the reboot of your iPhone X, you are still experiencing any type crashing or freezing, it would be best that you do a system cache wipe or what is commonly referred to as clearing the cache partition on the iPhone X.