Turn Private Browsing on or off on your iPad - Apple Support
The iPad doesn't keep track of the websites you visit or the searches you perform in the search bar. Safari blocks certain types of cookies from external websites. The border of the Safari app turns black to indicate that you're browsing privately. How to Use Private Browsing Mode on iPad. Private browsing on the iPad works the same as on the iPhone, but the buttons that enable it are in different locations on the screen. To activate Private Browsing, first launch Safari. If you don't see the toolbar at the top of the screen, tap anywhere once to reveal it. How to Turn Off Safari Private Browsing on iPhone and iPad. First, let's find out if private browsing is disabled or enabled, launch Safari and bring up tab switcher. If you can open private browsing mode by tapping the 'Private' option, it is enabled. To enable Private Browsing in Safari, follow these steps. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad, tap the Pages icon (consisting of two squares) to bring up the open tabs view, and then tap "Private Whenever, the Private Browsing mode is in operation the screen turns dark. Activating, the Private Mode application on the iPhone in the iOS 7 format is achieved by selecting the Settings Icon placed at the top of the home screen. Turn on Private Browsing on the iPad. Enter the Safari browser.
Browse privately in Safari on iPad - Apple Support
How to Enable Private Browsing in Safari on Mac, iPad and
The difference between a regular browsing session and a private browsing session on your iPad 2 is the data that the Safari browser will store. In a regular browsing session you are accumulating a history of the pages that you visit, form data that you fill in, as well as any cookie or password data that you encounter or enter along the way.
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