Safari hace más sencillo localizar la contraseña que necesitas en iOS 9
We continue to discover small improvements in the iOS 9 beta that will make our lives a little easier when it is officially released after the summer. This time it’s the function of Safari to request the desktop version of a web page , and escape from those mobile versions that we so little like to enjoy the same experience without distinction between the device we use.
Until now the option was somewhat hidden in iOS 8, where we have to click on the address bar and drag the favorites screen down to locate it, but in iOS 9 this will change. The last beta allows us to access it by holding down the icon to reload the current page , a little more direct and logical trick but not less obvious for new users.
The good news is that it’s not the only place we found this option. The share menu on iOS 9 also includes it as one of the actions available in Safari and here any user can discover it on their own even if they don’t read Apple. Now, if Apple were to add an option to the Safari settings so that the desktop versions always load by default, or at least remember the pages we request (those that may not have the same features in their desktop and mobile versions), that would be good news.