- Browsing to a URL
- Searching the Web
- Viewing Web Pages
- Returning to Previously Visited Websites
- Bookmarking Websites
- Delete Your Bookmarks
- Creating Home Screen Bookmarks
- Filling in Web Forms
- Opening Multiple Web Pages
- Copying Text and Images from Web Pages
- Using Images from Web Pages
- Viewing News Articles with Safari Reader
Returning to Previously Visited Websites
Returning to the last page you visited is easy. Just tap the Back button, which is the left-facing triangle at the top-left corner of the Safari screen. You can continue to tap the Back button to go to pages you visited previously.
Likewise, you can tap the button next to it, the Forward button, to reverse your direction and move forward, returning to your more recently viewed pages.
A more precise way to view previous pages is to use the History button.
- After using Safari to view several pages, tap the Bookmarks/History button at the top of the screen.
- A list of pages that you visited today appears. If this list is long, you can tap and drag up and down to scroll through the results. If you don’t see your history, tap on History to go there. Or, tap the button to the left of the menu title to return to the topmost menu and then press History.
- Tap any item in the list to jump to that web page.
If you visited many sites today, Earlier Today appears and below that, previous days may also appear. Tap to dig down into the history for that date.
- When you are into the history for a specific date, you can tap and drag to scroll up and down on longer lists, or tap an item to jump to that page.
You can move back up from a specific date to the main History menu by tapping the History button at the top-left part of the History pop-up menu.