Viewing and reading content on websites is inherently more difficult on iPhones because of relatively small ads. Even if you have an iPhone X S Max, you may have difficulty reading tiny text while surfing the Internet. A look in Safari's iOS 13 view menu will help your eyes rest easier.
Thanks to the good old pinch-to-zoom gesture, you can of course always enlarge and reduce websites in Safari immediately. While the functionality of enlarging pages is great for a more convenient view, you'll need to reorient the page before zooming in to track your position. You also need to scroll sideways to read the content thoroughly.
With iOS 13, Safari has special zoom controls that complement the drag and zoom feature to make surfing the web more comfortable. Once set, the feature automatically centers and adjusts the collapsed content on the screen of your iPhone to minimize lateral scrolling, and even works in Reader and Desktop views for a truly personalized experience iOS 13
The Zooming in and out while browsing Safari is pretty easy. First, tap the "Aa" icon on the left side of the address bar. A menu of website settings will be displayed. Click the large "A" icon on the right to increase the font of a page by up to 300%, or the smaller "A" icon on the left to reduce the text to 50 percent.
When zoomed in, the landing page no longer centers as the text grows larger. Tap anywhere on the page to stop zooming and swipe right to center the site to the side. To return to the default text size of a site, tap the Aa icon again, and then tap the button with the current size (between the zoom in and zoom out buttons).
You can also access the site zoom features in the Reader view, which works in the same way. However, in this mode, the button with the current page size is missing, so you must return to the original layout of the site to access the feature and restore the default font size.
In addition to being able to zoom in and out of Web pages directly in Safari, you can also manage the feature for multiple sites through the Settings app. Open this app, tap Safari, and in the Site Settings section, select "Page Zoom."
Here is a list of all the domains and subdomains that you have used the zoom feature at least once. For example, if you closed a page with a zoom set to 150%, you can resize it here by simply tapping on the destination site and resizing it to the size you want. Note that the size you choose is the default size for the website in the future.
You can also remove saved sites from the Page Zoom menu by tapping Edit in the upper-right corner. There, select the sites you want to delete and tap Delete. To remove all your saved websites in one go, click "Clear all settings" and confirm your selection when prompted.
Note, that sites for which you have used Safari's built-in zoom feature are automatically added to "Page Zoom" msgstr "" "in the Safari Preferences – even if you used them while browsing in private mode – by deleting the data and the history of your site will not remove these stored sites from the menu, so follow the above steps if you want to delete them to maximize privacy.