Safari supports private browsing. This keeps websites from tracking you as you move from page to page. Additionally, when in private browsing, your history isn’t updated. It’s perfect for avoiding cookies and keeping secret escapades—such as shopping for birthday gifts—off the record.
To use private browsing, tap the tabs button in the bottom-right corner, select “Private,” and add a new window.
To disable private browsing, go back to your tabs and tap “Private” again. Keep in mind, any open tabs will still be there next time private browsing is enabled again.