Here’s how to make use of Safari’s private browsing on iOS.
This option prevents your browsing history from being stored on your Apple devices.
This is a very useful feature, for example, if you share your iPad and are buying gifts online for your family, then you’ll prevent someone from discovering the surprise.
Using Safari Private Browsing Mode
Once you turn on private browsing, Safari is limited in three different ways.
On the one hand, it prevents the browser from creating a history of the web pages you visit; on the other hand, it prevents the browser from remembering Auto Complete information, such as usernames and passwords for websites. And finally, prevent any tabs you open from being stored in iCloud.
Another advantage of Sfari’s private browsing is that it gives you “peace of mind,” in the sense that the browser will automatically prevent website tracking, while requesting that third party sites and content providers not track your activity as a general rule.
In addition, privacy mode prevents sites from modifying information stored on your iOS device and deletes cookies when you close the tab associated with a website.
To enable private browsing in Safari, follow these steps.
- Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad, tap the Pages icon (consisting of two squares) to open the view of open tabs, and then press “Private Browsing. Notice how the interface turns dark gray.
- Click on the “+” icon to open a private tab.
- When you have finished browsing, return to the open tab view, slide open tabs individually into private mode to close them, and then press “Private Browsing” again. All information about your private browsing session is automatically erased from memory.
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