The capabilities of the Safari browser allow you to instantly delete the entire history of searches and surfing the Web on iPhone and iPad. But sometimes such “radical” measures are simply not necessary – it happens that we need to get rid of only recent activity. Safari has the appropriate settings.
Data in Safari on iPhone and iPad (search, cookies, cache, activity, etc.) can be deleted over several time periods: in the last hour, today, today and yesterday. Information is deleted from all iOS devices connected to iCloud.
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How to delete browsing history in Safari on iOS
1. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Touch the bookmarked icon (looks like an open book). If the toolbar does not appear, tap the bottom edge of the screen.
2. In the top menu, select the tab with the image of the clock. You will see a list of visited sites.
3. At the bottom of the screen, click on the button. Clear.
4. Choose one of the following options: Last hour, Today, Today and yesterday, All time. Changes will take effect immediately.
5. If you need to delete selected sites, then swipe from right to left using the appropriate link.
Done! Now you can get rid of an unnecessary (and even completely compromising) history of activities in Safari.