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The iPhone Pocket Guide, Sixth Edition by Christopher Breen

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5. Safari

From Day One, the iPhone and iPod touch have had a real live Web browser, very much like the one on your computer. In this chapter, I show you how to use it to best advantage. Let’s go surfing!

Syncing Bookmarks

I know you’re eager to start surfing the Web with Safari, but you’ll find the experience far more pleasant if you first sync your Safari (Mac) or Safari or Internet Explorer (Windows) bookmarks to your device. You have a couple of ways to do this. The easiest is to sync your bookmarks and data through iCloud, as I explain in Chapter 2. If you prefer to do things the old-fashioned way through iTunes, simply plug in your iPhone or iPod touch, select it in iTunes’ Source list, click the Info tab, enable the Safari or Internet Explorer ...

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