How to Allow Third Party Cookies on iPhone

How to Allow Third Party Cookies on iPhone

In this article, we will take a closer look at the term “third-party cookie” and what it actually means. We will also explain how it can be used to track your browsing habits.

What is Cookie?

A ‘Cookie’ is a ‘Non-Personal Information’ that is not personally identifiable to you and that we automatically collect when you

access our website with a web browser. It is a small data text file that is placed in your browser and allows gizmoxo.com to recognize you each time you visit or log in to this site. gizmoxo does not use cookies to store visitors’ information. Third-party services such as Google Adsense and Google Analytics store cookies to track visitors and for better ad management.

How to Enable Cookies in Safari (iPhone/iPad iOS 15)

Many websites do not allow third-party cookies. This means that you can’t use the website without getting a cookie from the website. So, if you want to use this website, you need to accept the cookies from the website.

The only way to do that is by setting your browser to allow third-party cookies. For this tutorial, we will be using Safari on an iPhone 12 and iPad Air 9 which are running iOS 15 or later versions of Apple’s operating system. The tutorial will cover all the necessary steps for setting up cookies on your iPhone and iPad devices.

  1. Open Settings on iPhone/iPad.
  2. Scroll down and select Safari.
  3. Look under Privacy & Security, turn off “Prevent Cross-Site Tracking” and “Block All Cookies”.
How to Enable Cookies in Safari

To enable cookies in Safari (iPhone/iPad iOS 10):

  1. Open Settings on iPhone/iPad.
  2. Scroll down and select Safari.
  3. Go to Privacy & Security, and select “Block Cookies”.
  4. Select “Always Allow” or “Allow from Websites I Visit”.
To enable cookies in Safari

Conclusion: Enable Cookies in Safari on iPhone

Now you have enabled cookies in Safari on your iPhone. This means that any website you visit will have a cookie stored in your browser, which is used to store information about you such as your preferences. You can enable this feature by going to Settings > Safari > Preferences > Privacy & Security and switching the “Allow websites to set cookies” option from “Never” to “Yes”.


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