## VTV.vn – Safari is the native browser on Apple devices. While this browser is usually fast, sometimes Safari can be slow or laggy. When this happens, it can be frustrating, and some may even download another third-party browser. If you notice that Safari is running slow on your iPhone, there are a few things you can do to speed it up again. Try these tips and hope that Safari will reach full speed in no time. *Test your Internet speed* Before blaming Safari, you should test your Internet speed. That way, you can be sure that Safari is the problem and rule out everything else before proceeding. If you’re connected to Wifi, open another computer or device on the same Wifi network, then go to Speedtest’s website and test your internet speed. You won’t want to do this on your iPhone, as Safari issues can slow down your connection times, giving you false negatives. If your Internet speed is fast, Safari is the problem and it’s time to fix it. **first. Close all your Safari tabs** Safari can often handle a lot of bandwidth and keep multiple pages open. However, some websites consume Safari data. By closing all currently open tabs, you can confirm if one of the open web pages is using too much data. To close all tabs on Safari, open Safari and hold the Tab button in the bottom right corner. A prompt will appear for you to close all tabs. When this appears, tap Close All Tabs. Then try Safari again. **2. Clear your browsing history and data** If clearing the tabs doesn’t fix the problem, you can reset Safari and clear the cache, speeding up the process. To clear Safari, go to Settings > Safari > Clear history and data. Once you do this, relaunch Safari and see if it loads the pages fast enough. If it gets faster for a while but starts to slow down again, move on to the next tip. **3. Check your iPhone storage** If your iPhone’s memory is almost full, it means it can’t handle much else. Safari, like most apps, uses device memory to store data from apps. Low storage means Safari won’t have enough memory to function. This is why some users find Safari temporarily faster after they clear their browsing history and data. However, some users may have used so much storage space that Safari may not even speed up when you clear the cache. It’s easy to check if this is the problem or not. All you need to do is go to Settings > General > Storage and see how much space your iPhone has used. If it’s almost full, you may have to delete some large files. However, if you don’t want to lose precious data, consider signing up for a paid iCloud plan. **4. Reset Network Settings** When all else fails, you can reset your iPhone’s Network Settings. Doing this will reset all network-related connections on your iPhone, hopefully speeding up Safari in the process. Go to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings to do this. After doing this, you will need to re-establish your network connections. This means re-entering your Wifi password. You can also reset your iPhone to factory settings as a last resort. *Browse seamlessly in Safari* Safari comes pre-installed on all Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Since it is a native browser, it works seamlessly across all your Apple apps and devices. While switching to a third-party browser like Chrome may seem tempting when Safari is slow or laggy, you’ll miss out on the seamless experience. So it’s a good idea to take the time to fix any problems you’re having.