Hi guys! I know this topic has been discussed at length but I'm struggling to find an answer to my specific question. I have an iPad Mini 4 running ios 9 dedicated for videos, digital comics, iBooks and games (like telltale games, Gameloft, GTA etc) I don't use it for work or internet. I usually replay the games after finishing them, I don't delete them. I've noticed my available space going down slightly every now and then (two nights ago my available space was 28GB and last night it dropped to 27.9GB) and I have read that it is probably the cache/temporary files which are being created by the games. I've also read that the only way to delete this cache is by removing the app/game. So here's my question: I really don't want to remove the game/app, so if I keep replaying the games, will the cache keep on accumulating until eventually the system runs out of space? Or does the cache overwrite itself if it's a game which has already been played through and is being replayed? I've also read posts which state that the iPad automatically clears cache when the system reaches 1GB of space. Any truth in this? I'm sorry if it's a dumb question but as I said, I really can't find an answer to this which specifically relates to games. I appreciate any insight. Would be great to better understand how the cache works on an iPad Thanks so much!