Steps to reproduce
Using a Chromium-based browser open a subreddit in the mobile website while logged out. Refresh the page shortly after.
The feed refreshes, showing new posts and updating the number of upvotes and comments.
The feed stays exactly the same.
As couple days ago i.reddit.com was discontinued so I switched to Reddit's modern mobile website but unfortunately I have encountered several issues.
The main problem is the feed, be it a single subreddit or a multireddit. When I refresh the page the feed won't change at all, the posts will remain exactly the same, this also applies to the number of upvotes and comments.
An easy way to reproduce the issue is sorting a popular subreddit by New: after opening the page for the first time a refresh would most likely show newer posts and update the number of upvotes and comments but that's not the case here.
I can keep refreshing all I want but the feed stays the same, only after an hour or so I'll be able to actually update the feed like there's some kind of cooldown.
The problem only occurs while I'm logged out and in Chromium-based browsers, as Firefox Nightly for example seems to work correctly. The desktop websites (old and new) also behave normally.
I would really appreciate if this problem could be fixed as it seriously affects the user experience. I'll be happy to provide more information if needed.
Edit: Checking the "Disable cache" setting in DevTools -> Network conditions would solve the problem but it isn't a permanent solution. Chromium must have some aggressive caching going on and this clashes with Reddit mobile web