watchOS 5 comes with a variation of WebKit that’s currently restricted to only Messages and Mail. Therefore, you can access the Internet in a limited form to carry out some quick browsing. From time to time, you might want to delete website data in watchOS 5 to ensure you continue to have the smooth sailing browsing experience.
The cleaning up of the website data can also be helpful in keeping the Apple Watch uncluttered. Do note that it wipes out all the cookies, browsing history and the saved passwords. So, move ahead keeping this important thing in mind!
How to Delete Browsing History on Apple Watch Running watchOS 5
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your Apple Watch.
Step #2. Now, tap on General.
Step #3. Next, tap on Website Data.
Step #4. Tap on Clear Website Data → Finally, tap on Clear Data.
Have your say:
I’m glad to use the Internet on the Watch. Agreed, it’s still in early days and requires a lot of improvements to let you browse the web in the full-fledged form. Despite the obvious limitation, it’s going to impress many of you.
I would really love to see a nice web browser on the watchOS sometime very soon. What’s your take on it? Tell us your feedback about the latest watchOS version down below in the comments.
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