Apple device owners now enjoy a full-featured AutoFill when typing into forms on Safari. What iOS users may not know is there's a way to control what information is used by AutoFill. Control of AutoFill data can change what is automatically populated in Safari forms on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Follow these steps to access AutoFill settings on your device:
The idea of continuity between devices has been around for some time now and is improved upon with each new iOS iteration. Basically it allows you to quickly and seamlessly transfer your work, calls, messages, etc. from your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or vice versa. One particularly useful feature on both the Safari and Chrome browsers lets you transfer your tabs, so if you've navigated to a webpage on your phone, you can simply open up the same page on your Mac without having to do something tedious like copy the link and email it to yourself, as you may have done once upon a time.
Trying to locate a specific tab among tons of open ones can be annoying, but thankfully the Safari app has a tab search feature available on iPhone. Just open Safari, tap the tabs button in the bottom right, then turn your iPhone sideways to landscape orientation. The search bar will appear in the upper left corner.
Opening multiple tabs in Safari on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is easy. iOS stores the tabs until the user is finished with them and closes them out. The process to close a tab in Safari equally simple, however sometimes the wrong tab gets swiped by mistake. What happens if you need a tab you recently closed?
While there is a not-so-obvious way to make PDFs in iOS 10, Apple directly addresses the issue in iOS 11. Now there is an option in Safari's share menu dedicated to transforming web pages into Adobe's famous Portable Document Format. Additionally, you can now markup your PDF with a variety of tools before sharing it, which you couldn't do using the old method. Here’s how to create PDFs with Safari on your iPhone or iPad: