Many websites (iMore included) have turned to Google AMP for displaying certain mobile pages. There are a number of reasons for this: It's often a faster (and ad-light!) way to display articles when you're browsing on your phone, and Google prioritizes AMP-based pages in mobile search. But just because it's sometimes convenient for publishers and viewers doesn't mean it's always the best way to view a website.
If you want to switch from an AMP-based page on your iPhone to the full website, here's how to go about it.
How to switch from Google AMP to the desktop version of a website
- Click on a Google AMP page in Safari.
- Tap the Share button in the bottom center of the screen.
Swipe left along the bottom row until you see the Request Desktop Site button, and select it.
- The website will reload as its desktop version.
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