The iPhone’s native Web browser -- Safari -- automatically records and creates a list of websites that anyone visits during a Web surfing session. You can view this list through the browser’s History folder. If you lent your iPhone to someone who doesn’t want you to view his browsing history, he can clear this list using the browser’s Clear History feature. However, you can still view the websites he visited through the Website Data feature, which displays the amount of data each website stores on your iPhone. The feature is an advanced option of the Safari menu.

Safari App

Step 1

Open Safari.

Step 2

Select the "Bookmarks" icon to open the Bookmarks screen.

Step 3

Tap the "History" folder to view the list of websites that the person visited.

Settings Menu

Step 1

Open the "Settings" app.

Step 2

Scroll down the list of settings and tap "Safari."

Step 3

Scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap the "Advanced" button to open the Advanced screen.

Step 4

Tap the "Website Data" button to view the list of visited websites.