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iPhone™ for Dummies® by Bob LeVitus, Edward C. Baig

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Chapter 10. Going on a Mobile Safari

In This Chapter

  • Surfing the Net

  • Opening and displaying Web pages

  • Using a wireless network

  • Having fun with links, bookmarks, and history lists

  • Securing Safari

"The Internet in your pocket."

That's what Apple promised the iPhone would bring to the public when the product was announced in January 2007. Steve Jobs & Co. has come tantalizingly close to delivering on that pledge.

For years, the cell phone industry has been offering some sort of watered-down mobile version of the Internet, but the approaches have fallen far short of what you've come to experience while sitting in front of a computer.

Apple, however, has managed for the most part to replicate the real-deal Internet with the iPhone. Web pages look like Web pages on a Windows PC or Macintosh, right down to swanky graphics and pictures — and at least some video.

In this chapter, you find out how to navigate through cyberspace on your iPhone.

Going on a Mobile Safari

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