Sat. Sep 30th, 2023

With iOS 17, Apple has increased the options available for clearing Safari’s web history and website data. You can also clear the Safari cache for a specific Safari profile. Keep reading to learn how it works.

When you browse the web in Safari, the browser saves website data so you don’t have to download it again each time you visit a site again. In theory, this should speed up your browsing experience, but in some scenarios you may need to clear your cache and start fresh.

If a site you visit regularly has elements that no longer work, or if the site stops loading completely, there may be a conflict between the older and newer versions cached in Safari. there is. Or maybe you just want to wipe a clean slate and protect your privacy by deleting all data related to the websites you visit.

With iOS 17, Apple isn’t just letting you clear your Safari history and website data for a specific period of time. You can also clear the cache for specific Safari profiles. (Profiles are designed to help you segment your browsing sessions into work, school, personal, etc. Click this link for more information on how to use profiles.)

How to clear Safari cache

Here’s how to clear Safari history and website data on iPhone running iOS 17 and iPad running iPadOS 17.

  1. open setting App.
  2. Scroll down and tap safari.
  3. Tap Clear history and website data blue.
  4. Select the period for which you want to clear history. the last time, today, today and yesterdayor all history.
  5. Select or check specific profiles to clear from the list all profiles.
  6. To close all open tabs within a period and profile, turn on the following switch: Close all tabs.
  7. Tap clear historyClick and confirm when prompted.
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That’s all you need. The next time you open the associated profile, you will find that all your web history for the selected period is lost.

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