Tap the Safari icon on the home screen of your iOS device, and instead of being able to use the browser immediately, you often have to wait for it to reload the last page you looked at, even if it’s been days since you last used the app.
Until Apple makes it possible for Safari to open on a blank page whenever you tap the Safari icon, here’s a workaround that uses iOS’s Home screen bookmarking feature. > Launch Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. In the URL field, type about: blank and then tap Go to open that page— which will be completely blank. > Tap the Share button (the one at the bottom of the screen that looks like a rectangle with an arrow). > Tap Add To Home Screen to create a Home-screen bookmark for this blank page. > In the dialog box that appears, give the icon a descriptive name (such as ‘New Page’). Then tap Add. The Home-screen bookmark is saved to your device’s Home screen, where you can move it wherever you like. Whenever you want to open Safari to view a new page, you simply tap this New Page icon on your Home screen. Safari opens—instantly—to a blank page, ready for you to type a URL or open a bookmark.