How to Clear Safari History and Cookies on Your iPhone
Everyone needs a little bit of privacy. If you visited a couple of websites on your iPhone that you’d rather not show to anyone else for privacy reasons, there might be a need to delete your browser history. Sure, there is a private browsing mode, but sometimes we forget to use it. Then it might be handy to know how to delete your safari browser history on iPhone.
The process is quite simple and streamlined, you will lose your cookies however. This, of course, isn’t meant as literally as it sounds. Cookies store your logged-in status and other details for websites, which means that you will have to log back into some of your web accounts after completing the below steps.
Why would you want to wipe your safari history?
Perhaps you ordered some kind of gift online and don’t want your significant other to see it, as it would spoil the surprise. There are plenty of other reasons that pertain to privacy. But there is also a technical reason: If a website is not loading correctly for you, especially internet shops and complex websites that involve logging in and such, clearing the history and website data is a common solution to bugs and glitches.
How to clear your browser history on iPhone
For some reason, Apple thought it would be a good idea to combine two things that were once separate. Probably because it simplifies things for the user. Here’s how to delete safari history on your iPhone: Firstly, open up the “Settings” app and look for the “Safari” subsection. This section contains all of the settings you can apply with regards to the Apple web browser on your iPhone. Look for a button titled “Clear History and Website Data” and tap it to wipe all of your browsing history. Confirm the following prompt to complete the procedure.