by Dom Esposito
September 17, 2012
Here at AppAdvice, we’ve been digging through the Golden Master release of iOS 6 searching for any new features. We've recently discovered a new shortcut within Safari that allows you to quickly view your browsing history on iPhone and iPod touch. This new feature is present when you’ve been browsing through an individual page (or “tab”) in Safari. If you tap and hold down either of the navigation arrows on the bottom bar, you’ll be presented with a list of that page’s recent history. The popup menu will contain the history for that specific navigation arrow. Note: This shortcut was previously only available on iPad, but it seems that Apple has implemented it for other devices running iOS 6. If you’d like to see this new feature in action, check out the video overview below:
If you can’t see the above video, please click this link.This new feature will be available in iOS 6 when it’s released on Sept. 19, 2012. Stay tuned for more tips and tricks for iOS 6 as we discover them. If you discover anything new in iOS 6, send us an email and we might feature your suggestion in a future article.