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How to use tabs and private browsing in Safari for iPhone and iPad

Safari lets you keep multiple tabs open—and even browse privately so your history will never betray you.

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How to view recently closed tabs in Safari on your iPhone or iPad

Whether you accidentally close a tab your were viewing or are trying to remember something from an article you just read, you should know that getting back to a closed tab in Safari is pretty simple.

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How to use Safari Split View on iPad

How do you open two browser windows, side-by-side, on your iPad? With the new Safari Split View!

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Safari: The ultimate guide

Want to know more about Apple's built-in web browser on your iPhone or iPad? You've come to the right place.

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How to view and clear your browsing history in Safari on iPhone or iPad

Here's how to view your past browsing history (and clear your cookies and website data).

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How to use the Smart Search bar in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Search your Safari browsing history, bookmarks, search engines, and more with the Smart Search bar!

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How to use Shared Links with Safari on iPhone and iPad

Get a custom feed from your favorites sites and social accounts using Shared Links in Safari.

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How to use Bookmarks and Reading List in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Reading List is Apple's take on a read-it-later service. Here's how to use it!

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How to view Safari's saved passwords and credit card info on iPhone and iPad

Safari’s keychain makes it very convenient for you to save passwords and credit card information. Information is stored in iCloud so you can use it across all of your Apple devices. We show you how to view the data on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to set up and use Reading Lists in Safari for iPhone and iPad

Reading Lists is Apple's own take on a read-it-later service. Built right into the Safari browser on iPhone and iPad, Reading Lists let you save any articles you stumble across while browsing the web so you can go back and read them at your convenience. Because Reading Lists sync via [iCloud], that can be on the go with your iPhone, lounging at home on your iPad, or while you're enjoying a coffee at your Mac. Since Safari Reading List can save stories from almost any site, it's also perfect for recipes, funny articles, and anything else you want to remember to share later.

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