I'm having a "sinking feeling" moment!
I was browsing some employment websites some weeks back on my iPad2.
Today, my boss wanted to borrow my iPad for a business trip, so I merrily just went into settings and cleared the history, cache and cookies and thought this would clear everything Safari-related.
The iPad is now out of my hands and I'm starting to worry that my actions will not have actually closed the last Safari windows I had open.
Can someone please put me out of my misery and let me know whether the first thing he'll see when he opens Safari is 4 or 5 windows of me looking at other jobs? As if that wasn't awkward enough, I'm now just getting the first seeds of doubt as to whether anything of a more "Adult" nature has ever been opened in Safari and not closed - that would just be THE worst imaginable scenario.
As he'll be visiting suppliers and no doubt using the iPad in their presence...
The answer I want to hear is "Yes, clearing the history also closes any Safari windows that were open" but I have a really horrible feeling this is not the case.
Either way, please let me know. I might need to start looking at new jobs for real!