- Browsing to a URL and Searching
- Viewing Web Pages
- Bookmarks, History, and Reading List
- Deleting Your Bookmarks
- Creating Home Screen Bookmarks
- Filling in Web Forms
- Opening Multiple Web Pages with Tabs
- Copying Text from a Web Page
- Copying Images from Web Pages
- Viewing Articles with Safari Reader
- Saving Time with AutoFill
Copying Images from Web Pages
Along with copying and pasting text from Safari, you can copy images and save them to your photo collection.
- Use Safari to navigate to a web page that has an image you want to save.
- Tap and hold your finger on that image until the contextual menu appears.
- The menu shows you the title of the image and some options. If the image is also a link to another web page, you might see options to Open that page here as well.
- Select Copy to copy the image to the Clipboard. You can then go to a program such as Mail or Pages and paste that image into the document you are composing.
Alternatively, you can tap Save Image and put a copy of the image in your Camera Roll. This may be a good option because many apps use the Camera Roll to allow you to import, edit, share, and do other things to images.