Reading this post you will learn how to delete Safari web browsing history for specific days in OS 10 while still leaving all the rest of your browsing history untouched. Just like any other web browser, Safari also keeps the history of whatever you search. Whether they are cookies, logins or website data, the stock web browser for iOS keeps all of them in order to help you access these data easily.
There are two prime reasons why you should clean up Safari history from time to time. While one reason could be to prevent others from checking out what you search, the other purpose may be to stop the web browser from being chaotic.
How To Clear Safari Web Browsing History For Specific Days In iOS 10
To delete one day of web browsing history from Safari browser on your iOS 10 iPhone or iPad, follow these steps below:
Step 1) Open the Safari app from your Home screen.
Step 2) In the menu bar at the bottom of the screen click on the Bookmarks button.
Step 3) Then click on the History option in the menu list.
Step 4) Once you’re see a list of dates and history items, pick a date you want to go missing.
Step 5) Begin swiping to the left and tapping the red Delete button on every item listed under that date.
Once you remove all history items under the selected date, the date header will disappear from the history list, making it look like you never browsed the web on that date.
Safari browser has got some new features and handy improvements with iOS 10 software update release. The iPad specific Split-View or the option to delete all tabs at once, the stock web browser has got a lot better then in earlier versions.