Even though there are several highly user-friendly web browsers like, Google Chrome, iPhone owners enjoy using Safari as it's second to none. Whether it is security or the required speed, Apple's web browser stands at par with the best-if not ahead.
On several occasions due to miscellaneous bugs, the user experience of Safari is affected on iOS devices. However, at times the lack of knowledge about how to get the best use of this advanced app could become a huge barrier as well; especially if you are not much aware of how it works.
Safari Running Slow on iPhone and iPad How to Speed Up?
#1. Clear History
Make Sure to Clear History and Website Data Frequently
It’s always advisable to clear history and website data from time to time to keep the web browser uncluttered.
Settings → Safari → Clear History and Website Data.
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Step #1. Tap on Settings → Tap on Safari.
Step #2. Scroll Down and tap on Advanced.
#3. Disable Background App Refresh
You may wonder why I need to turn off the background app refresh to accelerate Safari. Nonetheless, it will work well in not only saving plenty of battery on your device but also making the browser run more smoothly.
Step #1. Settings → General → Background App Refresh
Step #2. Turn Off Background App Refresh.
Resetting network settings from time to time will be very handy in resolving the issue. Frankly speaking, it's one of my favorite tricks to get rid of the lagging problem.
#5. Turn off Automatic Downloads
Disable the automatic downloads of apps or music. It will help improve your web browsing experience. Go to Settings → iTunes & App Stores → Toggle Off switches under Automatic Downloads