Similar to all other browsers, Safari on iOS saves data for every page you visit, including cookies, cached images, and more. Safari also gives you the option to delete all of the saved cookies and clean your cache. But deleting website specific data from Safari is not quite straight forward, you need to look for the feature that is built right into the browser. Don’t stress out yet. In this turtorial, we will walk you through the steps to delete website specific data from Safari on iOS.
How to delete website specific data from Safari on iOS
Step 1: First, fire up the Settings app and tap Safari.
Step 2: Once you are in, scroll down and tap Advanced.
Step 3: On the Advanced screen, tap the Website Data option.
Step 4: If you iPhone is running on iOS 10.2 or older, you should see a list of domains. If your iPhone is running on iOS 10.3 or higher, you should see a search bar at the top of the website list. With the help of the search bar, you can easily find data for a specific domain. On iOS 10.2, you will need to find the domain manually.
Step 5: You can now delete website specific data by swiping left on the domain to bring up a delete button. Just tap it.
You can also delete data for multiple websites by tapping the edit button. You will then see a delete button appear on each website. Just tap it to delete data for that particular website.
Note that the full list of websites doesn’t load so you need to tap Show All Sites. In case you wish to remove all website data, tap Remove All Website Data option located at the bottom of the Website Data screen.
That’s all there is to it. Got any questions about deleting website specific data from Safari on iOS? Let us know in the comments below.