Your Safari browser history on your iPhone can reveal a lot about your browsing habits. Clearing your history regularly can help protect your privacy and free up some storage space. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to clear your Safari browser history on your iPhone.
Step 1: Open the Settings App
Open the Settings app on your iPhone and scroll down to find the “Safari” option. Tap on it to access the Safari settings.
Step 2: Clear Your History and Website Data
Under the Safari settings, scroll down to find the “Clear History and Website Data” option. Tap on it to clear your browsing history and website data. This will also log you out of any websites that you are currently signed into.
Step 3: Confirm Your Action
A pop-up message will appear asking you to confirm that you want to clear your history and website data. Tap on “Clear History and Data” to confirm.
Step 4: Wait for the Process to Complete
The process of clearing your history and website data may take a few seconds to complete. Wait until it’s done.
Step 5: Check Your Safari Browser
Open your Safari browser and check to see if your browsing history has been cleared.
- You can also use the “Private Browsing” mode in Safari to browse without leaving any history or cookies.
- If you want to clear only your recent browsing history, go to your Safari browser and tap and hold the “Back” button. This will show you a list of your recently visited websites, and you can swipe left on each item