How to Enable Safe/Private Browsing on iPhone or iPad

If you share your iPad or iPhone with others and for some reason want to keep your web browsing private (e.g. for security reasons), you can enable Private Browsing in Safari.

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How to Enable Safe/Private Browsing on iPhone or iPad
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On your iPad or iPhone, touch 'Settings' to open.

On your iPad or iPhone, touch 'Settings' to open.

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Scroll down until you see 'Safari', then touch to open.

Scroll down until you see 'Safari', then touch to open.

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Scroll down and you'll see 'Private Browsing'. By default, this is OFF. Swipe to turn ON.

Scroll down and you'll see 'Private Browsing'. By default, this is OFF. Swipe to turn ON.

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Now, open Safari and you should be able to browse/surf the Internet privately.  Tip: The black bar/interface indicates you're in Private Browsing mode

Now, open Safari and you should be able to browse/surf the Internet privately. Tip: The black bar/interface indicates you're in Private Browsing mode

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If you don't want to turn Private Browsing on but still want to clear the history and cookies, you can do that by selecting the two options above (in the Safari settings).

If you don't want to turn Private Browsing on but still want to clear the history and cookies, you can do that by selecting the two options above (in the Safari settings).

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