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October 30, 2015
When you open a new tab in Safari, it gives you suggestions for frequently visited websites. This feature can be turned off in Settings.
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October 19, 2015
Picture in picture is one of the new iPad multitasking features introduced with iOS 9. Picture in Picture works with iPad Pro, iPad Air or later, and iPad mini 2 or later. You can use Picture in Picture with FaceTime or while browsing in Safari. If you come across a video you want to watch, with Picture in Picture, you can minimize the video window and continue to browse or use other apps while you continue watching your video. 
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October 12, 2015
Beginning with iOS 9, iPhone users were able to save website content to the iBooks app, soon to be called Apple Books in iOS 12. Converting a web page to PDF is very easy to do! Once you've converted HTML content to PDF and saved it to iBooks, you can print it out, email it, or even AirDrop it. Let's get started learning how to save a web page as a PDF, so you can refer to it whenever you need to.
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September 24, 2015
One of the many upgrades in iOS 9 is the Notes app. Now, you can do things such as draw using your finger and add photo. It's a whole new app. One of the changes is the ability to share websites to your notes. For example, if you find an article that is relevant to a project you're working on, you can share it to one of your notes, add text, and open your note anytime to find the link waiting. 
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July 18, 2015
If you have a favorite website you use daily or a personal website you want quick access to, consider adding the website to your Home screen on iPhone. I do this to have quick access to my blog from Home screen. It’s perfect for quickly access a website without needing to open Safari each time. Plus maybe the site doesn’t have an app or you don’t want to download, you can turn the website into an icon that looks just like an app and access it directly from your Home screen. Here’s how to add a website to your Home screen.
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July 03, 2015
If you find yourself typing the same personal data, passwords, and credit card information over and over again on your iPhone, it's time to set up AutoFill. Setting up AutoFill in Safari on your iPhone saves you time and ensures the accuracy of the information you enter into logins and forms online. Let's get started learning how to set up AutoFill in Safari on our iPhones; it won't take long! 
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