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iPhone Safari private button in iOS 13 beta... where is it?

Oridus

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As the title says, where did the private mode button run off to?
 

musicpenguy

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I think it’s only available if you have a passcode to secure your device. It’s in the same place its always been.
 
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Oridus

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Click on the 2 overlapping pages in upper right hand corner. Then pick private.

Nothing. My other device with iOS 12, it’s there. Must be a bug, then.

 
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C_Topher

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Jul 6, 2019
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As the title says, where did the private mode button run off to?


Same exact problem iPad Pro. No screen time restrictions enabled. Tried enabling them disabling them with no luck. Submitted to Apple.
 
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jt1968

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Dec 30, 2017
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Be careful with the most recent update (iOS 13 PB 3) - just installed it on my iPad Mini 5, and Safari is dead - just a blank white screen for 15 seconds, then the app crashes. Turning the iPad off and on doesn't help. Just a head's up.
 
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jt1968

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Dec 30, 2017
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Hey guys,

Another user in a different thread gave me the solution to the problem of Safari crashing in iPadOS 13. If any of you have this same problem, just tap on "Clear History and website Data" in Safari settings, and Safari should start working again.
 
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