When you visit websites on your iPhone 13’s Safari browser, some data are actually automatically saved. That’s why you have things like browsing history, cookies and caches.
Browsing data can be useful if you visit the same websites frequently. It’s because parts of the websites are already saved locally on your iPhone so they load faster the next time you visit them.
Aside from that, if you saved your login credentials, your iPhone will automatically fill out the forms with your username and password.
Apple has already proven that it’s devices are secure you really don’t have to worry so much about the information you have on your browser.
However, there are times when Safaris history and website data are corrupted. Instead of helping load up the pages fast, they’ll cause more issues.
That’s one of the reasons why you need to delete the browser app data, Safari history and other browsing data.
Deleting Website Data on iPhone 13
Before you begin, be sure to take note of your site logins beforehand because performing these subsequent steps will result in the deletion of all saved website logins and credentials in Safari.
Step 1: To begin, go back to the Home screen and tap Settings.
This will open the Settings app giving you access to most features in your device.
Step 2: Scroll down to find Safari and once found, tap on it.
The next screen will show you all the Safari app settings and browsing features.
Step 3: Scroll all the way down and tap Advanced.
Step 4: Tap Website Data to proceed.
It may take a few seconds to load depending on how much website data there is in your iPhone.
You will also be able to see how much data each website used. If you want to know all the websites you visited, tap Show All Sites at the bottom of the list.
Step 5: To Delete all this, tap Remove All Website Data.
A pop-up warning will appear beneath the display.
6. Read and review the message and then tap Remove Now to confirm.
That should serve as the confirmation command to remove all website data including other Safari cache and cookies, temporary internet files, site logins and other relevant information from the browser’s memory. It will also clear Safari history and whatnot.
After doing this procedure, you’ll notice that the websites you used to visit will take a little longer to load, but it’s normal as the websites will again save some data on your iPhone.
And that’s how to clear history and website data on your iPhone 13’s Safari browser.
We hope that this guide can help you one way or the other.