Web Browsing on an iPhone

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Visiting Web Links on Your iPhone

Web links on sites you are browsing on your iPhone work just like they do on your PC or Mac. Web links, usually text that is underlined in blue, transport you from one site to another. [more…]

How to Bookmark Web Sites on Your iPhone

Bookmarks are saved Web sites you visit frequently that are added to a list so you can return to them quickly. You can bookmark a Web page on your iPhone just as you would on your home computer. [more…]

How to View Web Page History on Your iPhone

The History feature of your iPhone keeps track of Web pages you have visited recently. To return to a recent Web page, especially if you didn’t bookmark it, tap the Bookmarks icon, tap History, and then [more…]

How to Search the Web on Your iPhone

You conduct a Web search on your iPhone in pretty much the same way you search the Web on your home computer. The iPhone relies on the Google and Yahoo! search engines, although you can use others if you [more…]

Using the Maps Feature on Your iPhone

The Maps feature is one of the great things about having an iPhone. With Maps on your iPhone, you can quickly and easily find nearby restaurants and businesses, get turn-by-turn driving directions, and [more…]

How to Bookmark a Map on Your iPhone

You can bookmark your Maps on the iPhone. In the Maps application, bookmarks work just like they do in Safari. When you have a location you want to save as a bookmark so that you can reuse it later, tap [more…]

How to Search YouTube on Your iPhone

You can use your iPhone to search videos on YouTube. You can find YouTube videos on your iPhone by tapping any of the following icons: [more…]

How to Open a Web Page on Your iPhone

Your iPhone makes it easy to open a Web page. By following the steps described here, you’ll be surfing the Web on your iPhone in no time. [more…]

How to Open Multiple Web Pages at Once on Your iPhone

You can open several Web pages at the same time on your iPhone, using Safari. Once the Web pages are open, Safari lets you breeze your way between them. [more…]

How to Track Stock Prices on Your iPhone

You can track stocks and investments using your iPhone, and you can edit the list (adding new stocks you are tracking and deleting any stocks you've lost interest in) whenever you wish. Every time you [more…]

How to Check the Weather on Your iPhone

You can use your iPhone to track weather forecasts in the places that interest you. Weather is a simple application on your iPhone that provides you with the current weather forecast for the city or cities [more…]

How to Use Wi-Fi on Your iPhone

Your iPhone is Wi-Fi enabled. Wi-Fi is typically the fastest wireless network you can use to surf the Web, send e-mail, and perform other Internet tricks on the iPhone. [more…]

How to Access a VPN on Your iPhone

You can access a virtual private network (VPN) on your iPhone. This enables you to securely access your company’s network behind a firewall — using an encrypted Internet connection that acts as a secure [more…]

How to Write an App Review from Your iPhone

Sometimes you love or hate an app so much that you want to tell the world about it. In that case, you can write a review of any app directly from your iPhone. [more…]

Use Location-Based Search Engines for Mobile

Mobile search is becoming the next big hyper-competitive battleground. All the usual suspects are already there, slugging it out for market share, but other, more specialized, location-based mobile search [more…]

How to Specify Safari Settings on Your iPhone

iPhones use the Safari Web browser to access the Internet. Safari on your iPhone has a group of standard settings that you can adjust, if you want. For example, you might want to take pains to protect [more…]

How to Open Multiple Web Pages at a Time on Your iPhone

Safari on the iPhone lets you open multiple Web pages simultaneously. After you open them on your iPhone, you can browse through those Web pages, focus on specific ones, and close the ones you're no longer [more…]

How to Access and Clear Your iPhone's Web Browsing History

You may want to revisit a Web site that you failed to bookmark on your iPhone, and Safari on the iPhone provides a Web page history to help you do just that. Safari records the pages you visit and keeps [more…]

How Search the Web on Your iPhone

Although you can use your iPhone's virtual keyboard to type google.com, yahoo.com, or bing.com in the Safari address field, Apple doesn't require that tedious effort. Instead, you tap into Google, Yahoo [more…]

How to Browse YouTube Videos from Your iPhone

Apple has afforded YouTube its own cherished icon on the iPhone Home screen. Many millions of videos are available on the iPhone — nearly the complete YouTube catalog. So where exactly do YouTubers find [more…]

How to Search the Web with Your iPhone 4S

Searching the web with your iPhone 4S usually involves accessing a search engine, the most commonly used being Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft Bing. Although you can certainly use the virtual keyboard to [more…]

How to Create a Safari Home Page on Your iPhone 4S

You may have noticed that there’s no home page website on the iPhone 4S version of Safari. Instead, when you tap the Safari icon, you return to the last site you visited. However, if you want a home page [more…]

How to Type a Web Address in Your iPhone 5

You can get to a web page on your iPhone 5 in lots of different ways, but the most common way of visiting a site for the first time is by typing a website’s address: [more…]

How to Open Web Pages from Safari on Your iPhone

The iPhone has two ways to determine websites to suggest when you tap certain letters. One method is the websites you already bookmarked from the Safari or Internet Explorer browser on your computer. The [more…]

How to Zoom In on Web Pages on Your iPhone

If you know how to open a web page on your iPhone, it is radically simple for you to zoom in on the pages so that you can read what you want to read and see what you want to see, without enlisting a magnifying [more…]


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