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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by abz1981, Sep 18, 2013.
As title says. Where has this disappeared to in iOS 7 and the option to reset safari?
Private browsing is right in Safari itself. Hit the button to open up the different tabs, and on the bottom right you will see "Private." Just hit that.
It's still there.
If you go to open a new tab, you'll see the toggle bottom left of the screen.
Be warned it's still a little buggy though, which is disappointing for a stock app.
Tap on the tab button on the bottom right and you'll see a way to launch Safari into private mode appear as an option at the bottom.
It appears you have to re-enable private browsing every time you open Safari, after safaris been closed.
That's not been the case for me throughout the Betas and now.
Just to confirm, you know you're in Private Mode as the top and bottom bars are dark and "Private" has a sort of Ghost Button around it.
Nope. Once you open a "private" tab, that tab will stay private until you close it. No need to enable/disable in settings.
Okay I see I just need to keep the tab open