iPhone displaying the New York Times website.

View the real web on EDGE, 3G, and Wi-Fi

Zoom in and out with a double tap or a pinch

Bookmark your favorite websites


iPhone 3GS features Safari — the most advanced web browser ever on a mobile phone. Use it to surf the real web, really fast.

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The Lonely Planet website in a desktop browser window and the same website on iPhone.

Browse the web.

On Safari, you see the real web — not a stripped-down mobile version — whether you’re connecting via Wi-Fi, 3G, or EDGE. iPhone always connects you to the fastest network available. How to search the web

Get a closer look.

Zoom in and out of websites with a double tap or a pinch. For a larger view, rotate iPhone 90 degrees to landscape. The web page rotates and fills the screen. How to zoom and scroll web pages

Save and sync bookmarks.

When you bookmark sites on iPhone, those bookmarks sync with your Mac or PC. How to bookmark a web page

Put your favorite sites on your
Home screen.

If you check a website frequently, iPhone can create a Home screen icon for it — a web clip. That way your favorite sites are always just a tap away. How to create web clips