Browsing the Internet with Safari
Get ready to . . .
⇒ Connect to the Internet
⇒ Explore Safari
⇒ Navigate Among Web Pages
⇒ Use Tabbed Browsing
⇒ View Browsing History
⇒ Search the Web
⇒ Add and Use Bookmarks
⇒ Save Links and Web Pages to Safari Reading List
⇒ Enjoy Reading More with Safari Reader
⇒ Add Web Clips to the Home Screen
⇒ Save an Image to Your Photo Library
⇒ Post Photos from Safari
⇒ Send a Link
⇒ Make Private Browsing and Cookie Settings
⇒ Print a Web Page
⇒ Understand iCloud Tabs
Getting on the Internet with your iPhone is easy, using its Wi-Fi or 3G/4G capabilities. After you’re online, the built-in browser (software that helps you navigate the Internet’s contents), Safari, is your ticket to a wide world of information, entertainment, education, and more. Safari will look familiar to you if you’ve used it on a PC or Mac device before, though the way you move around by using the iPhone touchscreen might be new to you. If you’ve never used Safari, this chapter takes you by the hand and shows you all the basics of using it.
In this chapter, you discover how to go online with your iPhone and navigate among web pages and use iCloud tabs to share your browsing experience among devices. Along the way, you see how to place a bookmark for a favorite site or place a web clip on your Home screen. You can also view your browsing history, save online images to your Photo Library, post photos to sites from within Safari, or e-mail or tweet a hotlink to a friend. ...