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Private Browsing In Safari On iPhone And iPad In iOS 10.3

Private Browsing In Safari On iPhone And iPad In iOS 10.3

Everyone who uses the iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 for browsing the web. But it’s important to know others can track what you search and view on the Internet. For those that don’t want to be tracked or followed, the best option is to use the Private Browsing in Safari on Apple iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 feature. When you use the Private Browsing Safari on the iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3, none of your search queries or viewing history will be saved. It won’t also remember any passwords, logins or anything like that.

The best way to explain Private Browsing on the Apple iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3, is as a killswitch that will never remember anything you viewed or clicked on during your session. It’s important to note that Incognito Mode doesn’t delete cookies, which get stored on your device regardless.

 

 

 

How to turn ON Private Browsing on iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3:

  1. Turn on the Apple iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3.
  2. Go to the Safari browser.
  3. In the bottom right hand corner, select the two pages icon.
  4. Select on “Private” and a new black screen pop-up not remember anything

 

You can use multiple other types of browsers on the Apple App Store that do this by default and will never remember any of your data. Dolphin Zero is a good alternative for Chrome on the iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3. Another popular Internet browser for the iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 is the Opera Browser that has a browser-wide privacy mode you can enable.

 

 

 

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