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Visual QuickStart Guide: iPad by Chris Fehily

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21. Safari

In This Chapter

Browsing the Web

Bookmarking Web Pages

Working with Links

Managing Cookies, Privacy, and Security

Autofilling Forms

Image Safari is the iPad’s Web browser. You can use it to download files and to display Web pages with text, graphics, animations, sounds, video, and links—but not Adobe Flash media, which isn’t supported by iPad or other iDevices. Safari requires an Wi-Fi or cellular Internet connection.

Note that the Web is a portion of the Internet. (The terms are not synonyms.) The Internet contains not only the Web, but also channels for email (see Chapter 13), instant messages (see Chapter 15), and more.

Browsing the Web ...

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