Web browsers provide cookies to your iPhone each time you visit various web pages. Cookies streamline your online experience by storing your browsing settings and personal information on your device, so you don’t have to repeat certain tasks. This is one of the technologies for websites to get your information.

Websites store different types of cookies on your device. Jump to the sections below to see what different types of cookies and how to enable cookies on your iPhone. This post will walk you through the steps to manage cookies in Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox.

Cookie drawing on iPhone screen

First-party and third-party cookies

The cookie management options of many web browsers depend on the type of cookie you are processing. Cookies are grouped into two main categories based on their source and purpose.

First Party Cookies: These are cookies created directly by the website you visit in your browser. When you visit SwitchingToMac.com, the website stores a cookie labeled “switchingtomac.com” in your browser. These are “first-party cookies” because the host domain created the cookie.

Many websites often display a dialog box asking you to grant access to create a cookie on your device. First-party cookies are responsible for setting and customizing your browser’s language, passwords, usernames, billing addresses, and more.

If you didn’t have to revisit the website, re-enter your login credentials, or redo the customizations you made during your first visit, it’s because the site stored that (first-party) cookie on your device.

Cookies on the screen of your Mac laptop

Third party cookies: These are cookies generated by a web server that does not belong to the website you visited. Third-party cookies are often created by ads embedded in web pages by a different website than the one in your browser’s URL.

Advertisers often use third-party cookies (also known as Tracking Cookies) to track online activity across multiple websites. Therefore, set your browser to automatically block third-party cookies.

Enable cookies in Safari on iPhone

Some sites require cookies to be enabled in your browser for the best user experience. If your browser does not store cookies on your iPhone, you may have problems accessing the content of certain websites. To enable cookies in Safari, close your browser and follow these steps:

  1. Open setting App and selection Safari It’s in the list of applications.
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  • Scroll down to “Privacy & Security” and switch off Block all cookies..
  • Block all cookies that have been turned off

    When this option was turned off, Safari was successfully configured to allow websites to store cookies on the iPhone.

    Enable cookies on iPhone for Google Chrome

    Unlike Android, Chrome’s cookie management on iOS is very limited. As a context, the Android version of Google Chrome has several cookie management options that allow you to block or allow cookies in normal and secret modes.

    On iPhone and iPad, Chrome automatically allows websites to create and store cookies. This feature is enabled by default and will be enabled forever.

    Enable cookies on Microsoft Edge

    By default, Microsoft Edge blocks third-party websites from storing cookies on your device. If you want to enable cookies on all Microsoft Edge websites on your iPhone, you can do the following:

    1. Open Microsoft Edge and 3 dot menu icon It’s on the toolbar.
    3 dot menu icon
    1. select setting..
    Settings icon
    1. select Privacy and security..
    Privacy and security selected
    1. Scroll down to the Security section cookie..
    Cookies in the security section
    1. select Block only third-party cookies You want Edge to store only first-party cookies generated by the website you visit. Otherwise, Do not block cookies Tells Edge to store both first-party and third-party cookies on your iPhone.
    Cookie options
    1. For the changes to take effect, close Microsoft Edge and then reopen it.

    Enable cookies in Mozilla Firefox

    Firefox also automatically saves website cookies by default. However, for the sake of explanation, here’s how to check and enable cookies in Firefox on iPhone and iPad.

    1. Start Firefox and tap Hamburger menu icon In the lower right corner, select setting..
    Hamburger menu settings
    1. In the “Privacy” section, Data management..
    Selected data management
    1. surely cookie Can be switched on. If it is disabled, turn on the option and restart Firefox.
    Cache toggle switch

    How to clear cookies on iPhone

    Everything in life has its strengths and weaknesses. While cookie technology has its advantages, obsolete cookies can impact browser performance. Hackers can also use cookies to access information and online activities.

    If your browser stores third-party cookies on your iPhone, or if you have trouble accessing web pages and downloading files, consider clearing all stored cookies. Please note that clearing your browser cookies will sign you out of most websites. Similarly, if you revisit some websites, you may need to re-customize your settings and other settings.

    Clear cookies in Safari

    go to setting >> >> Safari Tap Clear history and website data..Tap Clear history and data Confirm the operation at the prompt.

    Clear history and data button

    Please note that this will delete the cookies stored by Safari, as well as your browsing history and other site data.

    Clear cookies in Chrome

    Chrome’s cookie management is not flexible on iOS devices, but users can delete cookies at any time.

    1. Tap Other icons Select in the lower right corner setting..
    Other menu settings
    1. select privacy..
    Privacy selected
    1. select Clear browsing history data..
    Clear browsing history data
    1. check Cookies, site data, Tap Clear browsing history data It’s at the bottom of the page.Tap Clear browsing history data Continue again.
    Clear button for cookies, selected site data, and browsing data

    Clear cookies with Microsoft Edge

    1. Open a browser setting Select a menu to select Privacy and security..
    Privacy and security selected
    1. select Clear browsing history data..
    Clear the selected browsing data
    1. check Cookies and site data Tap Clear browsing history data..Tap clear Continue with a confirmation prompt.
    Clear cookies and site data, browsing data, clear buttons

    Clear cookies in Firefox

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<p>That’s all you need to know about how to enable and clear cookies on your iPhone. The steps and techniques in this guide apply to iPad OS devices. </p>
<p>Want to view or clear all website cookies stored locally on your computer? See this guide for information on managing browser cookies to improve your privacy.</p>
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