In general, many individuals feel that Safari is the fastest browser on iOS, but in Chrome on Mac, it seems Safari is very slow. Sometimes, just loading a webpage takes a lot of time and sometimes, you are not able to navigate between pages and move back & forth, or you cannot scroll backward.
It is absolutely annoying when you consider that Safari comes with operating system X and you want it to work perfectly. However, if it works, then consider it as a great browser, but if it doesn’t, then it is the time to shift to the new browser.
Here you can find all probable methods that can help you to increase the speed of Safari on your Mac and iOS.
Cache, Extensions, History:
If you are a serious web user and you do not have a more space on your Mac, then it is better to clear and remove the clutter in the Cache, clearing the history, and stop extensions to reduce the load on Safari. To perform this, the first step is, go to the Safari and then Choices.
Safari preferences: Press advanced tab, and then press SD (show Develop) menu placed in menu bar dialog box located at the bottom.
Safari-advanced: Exit the Preference dialog, and press Develop in the menu, now press Empty Caches. After emptying the cache, press again on Develop and select ‘Disable Extensions.’
Lastly, press Safari and as an alternative to Preference such as select and press Clear History. It clears the entire history. In the drop-down box, ensure to select the entire history and then press Clear History button.
Safari is the fastest browser for both the mobile and desktop, but after using it for a long time, it can get clogged and that is why it needs a regular maintenance. If you are having issues with your browser on your Mac computer or iPhone, then you should know how to speed up your Safari on iOS devices.
Safari on iOS:
The quickest for a slow app is mostly shutting it off and loading it back again, which means reboot the app. To perform this, click Home button twice to raise the latest apps menu.
The users of iPhone X have to use a different method that entails swipe the bar placed at the bottom hold the bar until the lately used apps come into view.
Now, close the Safari. Touch the Home button once to get back more to the Home screen, or swipe up from the bottom, on the iPhone, and start Safari, and check if it has increased its speed or not.
Clear the History: Clearing the history on your iPhone is another best option to speed up your Safari. As you use the browser a lot, it stores all the information, including the sites you visit, and this information will build up after a certain time. That is why, once you clear the history from your device, it can enhance the performance of the Safari.