Customizing Browser Settings with Your iPhone 6s and Safari
Getting on the Internet with your iPhone is easy using its Wi-Fi or 3G/4G LTE capabilities. After you’re online, the bundled browser, Safari, is your ticket to a wide world of information, entertainment, education, and more. You can customize and enhance your Safari experience by accessing and modifying the settings in the following table; simply tap Settings on the Home screen and then tap Safari.
|Search Engine||Choose among Google, DuckDuckGo, Bing, and Yahoo! search
|Search Engine Suggestions||Turn on or off a feature that makes suggestions of possible
matches when you perform a search within Safari.
|Spotlight Suggestions||Turn on or off a feature that makes suggestions of possible
matches when you search using the Spotlight Search feature.
|Quick Website Search||Use this feature to search within a website by entering the
website name in a search field along with the search
|Preload Top Hit||Turn on to have Safari load a list of top hits to display.|
|Passwords||Add a password to access iPhone.|
|AutoFill||Turn on AutoFill to automatically complete contact information,
names, credit cards, and/or passwords as you type.
|Frequently Visited Sites||Turn off to stop viewing Apple’s suggested frequently
visited sites at the end of your Favorites list.
|Favorites||Cause Safari to make Favorites available when you enter an
address or search term, or open a new tab in Safari.
|Open Links||Control whether linked pages open in a new tab or in the
background (on the current tab).
|Show Tab Bar||Turn on to display the Tab Bar in Safari.|
|Block Pop-Ups||Turn this on to block (most) pop-up windows from displaying in
|Do Not Track||Request that sites refrain from tracking your actions
|Block Cookies||Specify whether to accept cookies only from sites you’ve
visited, only from the current site, never, or always.
|Fraudulent Website Warning||Turn on the feature to warn you when you go to suspicious
|Clear History and Website Data||Tap to clear the history of websites you’ve visited in the
|Use Cellular Data||Turn on to allow your cellular network to save items on the
Reading List to the phone so that you can read them offline.
|Advanced||Review data stored on your device by individual websites,
Safari browser to display information to help you resolve errors
when displaying web pages.