Several people have reported problems that Safari’s cache prevents them from browsing a web site’s current version; instead Safari loads pages from previous cached files (iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch). It has also been reported that clearing cache, cookies and history does not fix this problem.
- iOS update may have changed your Safari settings. Tap Settings >Safari >Accept Cookies and change it to “From visited” or “Always”.
- Tap Settings> Safari > Advanced > Website Data and select “Remove All Web Site Data”
- If you are still having problems, it has been reported that setting the time one or two days in the future, and clearing Safari’s cache and cookies, then resetting the date back to the actual date fix this problem.