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How to Enable Private Browsing Mode in Safari

Use private browsing mode in Safari can protect your private information and blocks some websites from tracking your search behavior. Here is how to enable private browsing on iPhone/iPad/Mac.

Part 1: Enable Private Browsing on iPhone/iPad

Use private browsing mode can prevent Safari from saving your browsing history. Safari doesn’t record the pages you visit, your search history, or AutoFill information.

Step 1: On your iPhone/iPad, open Safari.

Step 2: Tap on Pages icon in Safari. Tap Private, then tap Done.

Use Private browsing mode on iPhone Safari

Part 2: Enable Private Browsing Mode on Mac

Step 1: On Mac, open Safari.

Step 2: Click on File, and select New Private Window.

New Private Window

Or use shortcut key: Command + Shift + N.

Use Private Browsing Mode on Mac

Tips: To turn off Private Browsing mode, you have to go up to the Safari menu and de-select Private option.