Since iOS 7, you have been able to ask Safari on the iPhone to show you the desktop version of a website, and iOS 9 has made it even easier. However, it has always been a hidden feature. You would not know that there is such a function without reading articles or tips online that tell you what to do. Apple's iOS 13 update lights it up so everyone knows it's ready to go.
Years ago, you had to tap the search box, and then flick down the page to see the Request Desktop Site option. It then became easier to do by long-clicking the refresh icon or opening the sharing sheet and selecting the "Request Desktop Site" option. The option is now integrated with the new menu for viewing sites in iOS 1
To access the setting, first navigate to the mobile site you want to switch to. In the desktop view, tap the "AA" icon on the left side of the search box. From the pop-up menu tap on "Request desktop website". The site will immediately appear in desktop format if a supported desktop version exists.
A temporary setting will remain Web page in its desktop version as long as you keep the tab open. Once you've closed the tab, the site will be reset to its mobile format the next time you visit. Closing Safari silently resets the site to the mobile version even if you left the tab open.
You can also manually go back to the mobile view of a website by tapping "AA" again and selecting "Request mobile" on the web page. "Yes, Apple finally added that word when you had to select" Desktop " Return to a mobile site view.