Apple continues to develop and improve its mobile operating system. There are a lot of innovations in iOS 9, and some of them concern Safari. In particular, the Cupertinos have changed the mechanism for accessing the desktop version of websites on the iPhone and iPad. In iOS 9, users simply press and hold the refresh page icon in their browser to access the "desktop" version of the site.
After clicking on the "refresh page" button, a pop-up window will appear on the screen, offering a choice of two options - go to the desktop version of the site or cancel the action. In order to work with the full, not the mobile version, you need to click on the " Full version of the site ", after which you can continue working with the resource as usual.
Be that as it may, it's worth remembering that full versions of some sites don't look good on the iPhone. In such cases, the mobile option may be much better. If the user changes his mind about requesting the desktop version, simply click on "Cancel" in the pop-up window.
In addition to the above, there is another way to switch to the full version of the resource from a mobile device. To do this, in Safari, click on the " Share " button (at the bottom of the screen), slide your finger to the left along the bottom panel of options to the " Full Site " button.
Recall that in order to request the full version of the site in iOS 8, you must click on the address bar and then scroll down until a hidden link appears.
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