In this Chapter
• How to use new features in the iOS 6 version of Safari
• How to create and use offline Reading Lists
• How to use Safari Reader
• Sync open browser windows with the iCloud Tabs feature
Chances are, if you know how to use a Mac or PC, you already know how to surf the Web using a browser such as Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Google Chrome, for example, on your computer.
The Safari web browser on your iPhone (shown in Figure 13.1) or iPad (shown in Figure 13.2) offers the same basic functionality as the web browser for your desktop or laptop computer, but it’s designed to maximize the iPhone or iPad’s touchscreen and screen size.