People who use Apple device, they normally change their old iPhone, iPad, iPod for a new one. In such scenario, privacy becomes the big concern for them when they want to sell their old devices to another person. As they are not familiar with to whom their iPhone, iPod or iPad will go and what they will do with the data stored in the device, we often suggest the people delete their documents and data before selling it.
The personal data that is stored on the iPhone or other devices include the text messages, contacts, photos, videos, accounts credentials and other personal data. Because of this, we have to delete everything from our devices so that the person who will purchase our device will not be able to access our private data. So, in order to delete the data from iPhone, iPad, iPod, we will need the iOS device data eraser.Also check Turn off Find My iPhone Feature.
We need this software because the simple deletion of data or restoring our iPhone by using restore factory setting will only delete the data. But it can be recovered very easily by using any specific data recovery software. In this post, we have discussed the easy ways to delete the data and documents on iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices. Check it out!
Delete ‘Documents & Data’ on iPhone & iPad Devices:
iOS Device Data Eraser helps us to delete data permanently that is stored in our iPhone, iPad, iPod within few clicks. It wipes out everything from our iDevices such as Photos, Videos, Text messages, Contacts, E-mails, Reminder, Note, Calendar, Apps, Call History, Voice Momo’s, System Settings, Apple ID, Accounts Credential, documents and everything. But remember that once the data gets deleted from our devices, any recovery software can’t recover it and our data remain 100% protected and safe. READ How to Fix ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Permanently?
We need to understand what documents and data on the iOS device are, it comes from a variety of sources including stock apps, third party, and even Iclock documents. It includes junk files, Browser history, cookies, logs, caches files, photos and videos, download files and so on. There are two types of documents and data. One is stored by AR cell using Dropbox and iClock graded files and documents.
The other type is the secondary stored applications. Usually, this kind of documents and data take a lot of storage space on our device, some consume more storage space. iOS permit we leave how a lot of cache everyone app’s data has finished on our device. At any time we have specified a fast focus at the space take over by apps, we have many choices to get free of their related data.Also Download IGTV for iOS
How to Delete “Documents and Data” on iPhone 6/6s/5/5s/7/SE/4s?
There are few methods to delete the documents and data on iOS devices. In this post, We have explained different ways to delete some of the unused apps and data from your iPhone and iPad. Check it out!
Method 1: Offload Unused Apps
The device enables the users to check the amount of storage that each app is consuming on iPhone or iPad. If you take a quick glimpse at the storage consumed by your iPhone apps, you can pick any of the solutions to delete the data related to it. In case, you are using iOS 11 version of the device, you can easily offload the unnecessary apps instead of deleting its data. READ Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry High Disk Usage Fix
If you reinstall them whenever required, that particular data will be restored automatically. That’s the reason we can make use of this best feature to save your massive storage space on iPhone. This is one of the best ways to clean up the crucial data. If you don’t want to data of each app then, you can prefer a complete cleanup. For that, you can follow the below steps:
- First of all, access the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Go to General >> iPhone/iPad Storage >> select an app from which you want to clean the data.
- You can then find a couple of options such as Offload App and Delete App.
- It’s all your choice whether to delete the app by keeping its data by choosing the Offload option. You don’t have to worry about the data as it can be restored automatically after reinstallation.
- If you select the Delete button then, the whole data will be wiped off completely.
- After choosing the option, tap the confirm button.
Method 2: Clear Data & Documents of Particular Apps from iCloud
To delete or remove the saved data from certain apps on iCloud, You need to check the below guide. There is a possibility to evade the vital cloud storage from being confused for storage by deleting the additional files. This process will clean up the complete data from the cloud and other devices that are connected to it. Remember that you won’t be able to restore it again.
- Go to Settings >> Profile.
- Hit the iCloud option >> Manage Storage.
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- You can then select the app that you want to delete the data from the cloud.
- Tap Delete Data option and confirm the deletion.
- This way, you can delete the individual app cache data from the devices that are synced with your iCloud account.
Method 3: Clean Up Media Files Cache
The content that you purchase through the iTunes app on your iPhone or iPad is considered as the media files. We usually classify such media content as audio, video and other files. All of these falls under the Documents and Data. To clear the cache from these files, you need to eradicate the whole music from your iPhone and re-sync it via your PC. This is the process to clear up the whole cache data on iOS devices.
Clean Up Apps Quite Often
In order to evade your iPhone from running out of the space, you need to clear out the cache and the remaining excess data from different apps. This must be done on a regular basis in order to secure your device’s storage space. Most of the apps such as the WhatsApp, Safari, Twitter, Dropbox and more allows the users to remove such cache data with much ease.
That’s all! This is everything you need to know about the methods to clean up the documents and data from iPhone 6/6s/5/5s/7/SE/4s, iPad, and other iOS devices. For more doubts and queries, drop them in the comments section.