Whenever you visit same sites often on your iPhone or iPad, Safari displays them in the Frequently Visited section of a new tab giving you
A quick access to your favorite websites and any other
sites you frequently visit, as well as
Suggestions and websites recommended to you by friends and family.
Your Frequently Visited sites appear directly below your Favorite sites. If there’s a site showing up in Frequently Visited that you’d like to delete,
Its very easy. Simply press and hold the icon for a couple of seconds,
and then lift your finger.
A Delete option over the icon will appear. Tap the Delete option at the bottom of the menu, and the site will be removed from the Frequently Visited section immediately.
If you don’t want any Frequently Visited sites to show on Safari’s start page at all, you can turn them off altogether.
Delete Frequently Visited Sites From Safari’s Start Page in iOS
- Launch the Settings app on your iOS device.
- Scroll down and tap Safari.
- Under the General section, tap the switch next to Frequently Visited Sites to turn it off.
DELETE SAFARI HISTORY
If given sites keep showing up constantly after a certain amount of time irrespective of erasing them, or if they are replaced by other sites that you
don’t like, you need to consider removing the browsing history on your iPhone or iPad.
Remove the browsing history on your iPhone or iPad follow these steps
- Launch Safari
- Tap the icon that resembles a book within a new tad
- Next on, tap on History. Then, tap Clear at the bottom of the screen.
You will then be presented with four different options that are pretty much straight forward.
The first three options (The Last Hour, Today, and Today and Yesterday) will erase any browsing activity that was recorded within those periods. That
will also make Safari remove any sites within the Frequently Visited section that showed up — or was caused by activity that happened — during
those periods. To remove all listed sites, tap on the All Time option.
Remember, clearing your browsing history will also erase any site cookies on your iPhone or iPad. This means you will require to sign back into
Sites you had been previously logged into all over again.
clearing the cache on your browser
yields similar outcome.
Clear cache on Safari browser
Step 1. , Head over to the Settings app.
Step 2. Scroll down and tap Safari.
Step 3. Tap Clear History and Website Data.
That pretty much it!