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How to Manage Private Data Components in Safari for iPhone

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How to Manage Private Data Components in Safari for iPhone

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This tutorial was last updated on September 23, 2013 and was created on iOS 5.1. iPhone users running iOS 7 should refer to our updated tutorial.

Safari's Website Data screen should now be displayed. Here you will find total size of the private data files stored on your iPhone (5.6 MB in the example above), as well as a breakdown for each individual website.

To delete cache and cookies for a particular site, first select the Edit button which is located in the upper right hand corner of your screen.

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