Safari is a great web browser for Apple devices, as it offers smooth and fast web browsing experience. Like any other web browsing platform out there, Safari allows you to delete your browsing history for a specific date. If you are new to Safari, the process is little bit different than how you do in Google Chrome or Firefox. With that in mind, in this guide, we will help you out.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps to delete your Safari web browsing history for specific days on your iPhone and Mac. Make sure that you have updated your iPhone and Mac before moving ahead.
Steps to delete web browsing history for specific days in Safari on your iPhone and Mac
Steps to delete Safari web browsing history for specific days on your iPhone or iPad
Step one: First off, you need to launch Safari app from your home screen and tap on the Bookmarks button in the menu bar located at the bottom of the screen
Step two: Next up, you are supposed to tap on the History option in the menu list. After that, you will be presented with dates and history items and you simply need to select a date you want to remove from the web browser
Step three: Once you are done, you are supposed to swipe to the left and you will see the red Delete button. All you need to do is to tap on it to delete that date. Once you are done, it looks like that you have never browsed that web on that date.
Steps to delete Safari web browsing history for specific days on your Mac
Step one: First off, you need to open the Safari on your Mac and head to the History button in the Menu bar
Step two: Once you are done, click on the Show History from the drop-down menu to proceed. After that, all you need to do is to select a date you want to remove, perform a right-click on it and click on the Delete option
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