Before reselling a phone, everyone knows it is Rule #1 to delete, delete, delete. An iPhone’s cache should absolutely be cleared before resale, among the many host of other things that need to be done before re-selling a phone. Performing this will protect the seller’s security from whomever may have the phone next. You never know who it may be!
Credit card information, passwords and banking information are often stored on phones, and oftentimes, the user themselves don’t know how to properly get rid of it all. Clearing and getting rid of all of this information will help ensure the seller’s privacy, as well as your products being top quality. You don’t want to temp the next owner and end up getting a poor Yelp review if something happens – or worse – for not performing these simple tasks to ensure the quality of the products you sell. It shows your customers that you care about their privacy, while also maintaining a good reputation.
Deleting as much as you can on an iPhone will give an extra boost the boost to the phone’s speed and performance, as well. Saving a lot of passwords, login and location information in the browser makes it work extra hard, slowing it down. In this article, we will walk you through how to clear the cache on your iPhone.
In addition to security and speed, there are tons of benefits for clearing the cache on your iPhone. Whether you are the new owner, are about to sell your phone, or are the store reselling it, make sure you’re going the extra mile to keep the iPhone in tip-top shape. Let’s break down just a few of them here:
Ready to get started? There are a few different ways of clearing the cache on an iPhone. Depending on your specific needs, you can go about it 3 different ways:
This method will be used if you use a browser other than Safari, such as Chrome or Firefox.
There is a ton of stuff to keep in mind when re-selling phones. There’s so many different areas of the phone to delete, clear and run diagnostics on. Keeping track of it all can be time consuming, so using a software such as ours can help automate the process.
Running our software will reset, delete and clear out everything from the phone, making it as good as new from the factory. It will also run diagnostics on tons of different parts of the phone, including: the microphone, wifi strength, speaker and lots more. At the end of the job, our software will even give you a certificate to print out with everything about the phone detailed on it. If anything is of poor quality, we will let you know so that you can put it aside and have only the best of the best on your shelves. The certificate will also show the customer exactly what they are getting, and exactly how well it works.
Do you find a huge difference when you clear your browser’s cache, personally? Do you recommend it to your customers? How do you go about clearing phones in your business? Let us know in the comments below!