Safari is fast and mobile-friendly. That's usually a good thing. However, there are still some websites that refuse to adapt to Mobile Safari or whose mobile website offers a worse experience. In times like these, you can switch to the desktop version of the website.
How to Display the Desktop Site in Safari
Like many iOS features, especially for Safari, the Request Desktop Site feature is hidden. With iOS 1
How this feature works on devices running iOS 12 and iOS 13.
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iOS 12 and below
Open the Safari app on your computer iPhone or iPad and upload a website. Now tap and hold the Refresh button next to the URL bar.
button Below is a pop-up of the screen. Select "Request Desktop Site" here.
The site is being reloaded and the desktop version of the site is being displayed. To return to the mobile version, tap and hold the Refresh button again and select Request Mobile Site.
iOS 13 and above
With the iOS 13 update, Apple has improved the Safari browser in a few important ways. While most improvements in the iPad version are visible, iPhone users will have access to the new Safari Download Manager and a new site customization menu.
Tap the Aa icon to display some new menu options. Select the Request Desktop Website button to open the desktop version of the website.
Return to the same menu on the mobile version to return to the same menu.
And that was. You can now use Mobile Safari to access desktop websites on your iPhone and iPad.