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iPhone > hit Safari ... always brings up iFORGOT


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Every time I hit Safari on main menu of iPhone (iOS5) I get the iFORGOT site, It led me through so I have a new password on my Apple ID. Now it goes there again and again and I have verified the changes on my Apple ID. Frustrating ,,,,,,, I can hit bookmarks icon and get to other sites but would rather have my home page Google come up.
You can probably tell ....new to iPhone.
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Hello , let's start with - there is no " home page " on the iPhone. Just go to settings / safari / clear history and cookies and the next time you open safari you will get a blank page. You can also close any page by clicking on the pages icon in the lower right corner.

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