The Safari private browsing is only available in iOS 5 and later, which protect your privacy when surfing the internet. This post includes how to turn on and disable iOS 7 private browsing as well as the advantages of Safari private browsing.
If you are worrying about sensitive data may be left behind in temporary files such as cookies, or you just do not want anyone to know where you have been visited, the private browsing in Safari would be a great help. When you activated Safari Private Browsing on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, cookies and other files will not be saved. What's more, your entire browsing and search history will be automatically wiped out.
The private browsing feature can be activated in just a few steps. This guide will walk you through the simple steps with iPhone 5s being an example.
You can disable private browsing at any time by repeating the steps above. This time you need to tap on the "Private" option to unselect it. You will still have the 2 options to choose: Close All and Keep All, which will close or keep all existing web pages and allow you to browse in normal browsing mode.
You might feel strange about some of the terms, such as cookies, mentioned in this post. The additional information below intends to help you better understand this post and Safari.
To clear your history from Safari, tap Settings > Safari > Clear History.
To clear all cookies from Safari, tap Settings > Safari > Clear Cookies and Data.
To clear other stored information from Safari, tap Advanced > Website Data > Remove All Website Data.