How to clear stored website data in iOS 7 Safari

Posted by phil on Samedi déc 14, 2013 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

Safari for IPHONE and IPAD stores data about websites for a few reasons, and most boil down to convenience and faster loading times. Unfortunately, this website data can take up quite a lot of storage over time if you never clear it out. Here’s how to access it and delete it: Before beginning, it’s worth saying that this can and will clear any saved login data or passwords you have stored inside Safari itself. If you’ve got it saved in iCloud Keychain you should be fine, since that’s stored separately. Launch the Settings app from the Home screen of your IPHONE or IPAD. Scroll down and tap on Safari. Now scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Advanced. Tap on Website Data. Notice here you can see how much space on your IPHONE or IPAD website data is taking up. Scroll to the bottom again and tap on Remove All Website Data. Confirm one more time you’d like to delete all data. That’s it. All Safari data should be deleted now. If you’re more worried about site tracking than anything, make sure you block website tracking as well!        

Source: How to clear stored website data in iOS 7 Safari – The IPhone Blog

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