How to CTRL F iPhone

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  1. Mohammed

    Mohammed Member

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    Halaa,

    I have recently switched from Galaxy S5 to iPhone 6 Plus and I would like to know how to CTRL F iPhone cause most of the browsers are having this function but I can't get it to work on Safari.

    I have iPhone 6 Plus on iOS 8.1.3 and the Safari version is 5.1

    Are there any settings I need to enable or I must perform any special action or should I ask if Safari even has this functionality instead?

    Thanks
     
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  3. Oliver

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    I don't own an iPhone 6 Plus, but the iPhone 4s. As far as I can tell they are the same cause they are running iOS 8.1.3 and soon will update to iOS 8.2.

    The solution to how to ctrl f iphone is:

    iPhone

    Search using the standard search bar.

    • The web search suggestions are at the top.
    • The website search results of the currently viewed website are at the bottom.
    iPad
    Search using the standard search bar.

    • The web search suggestions are at the top.
    • To search the website use the entry box which pops up right above the keyboard.
    However, if you are not satisfied with Safari, you can change the search engine to a different browser.
     
  4. IonelaBoss

    IonelaBoss New Member

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    I remember I had this problem and was asking how to ctrl F iphone too.

    If you are confused, the address bar is the actual search bar on Safari.

    But if you are not feeling comfortable with it, you can change to Google Chrome or any other browser.

    There is a guide on the website too, hope it will help you.

    http://www.technobezz.com/how-to-change-search-engine-safari-on-iphone/

    Good day everyone.
     
  5. Mohammed

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    Thank you all.

    After reading that guide and doing a couple of more tests it appears that Safari is the same as Chrome so there is no need for me to change it.

    Safari also moves faster for some reason and I cannot explain why Chrome is slow since the last update.
     
  6. jfab

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    I haven't tried to Ctrl F my phone. I'll try to do it. Thanks to this thread, I'm finding out more about my phone.
     

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