Here's how to request the desktop version of a website in Safari on your iPhone or iPad

Safari, the default browser in iOS, is doing a respectable job at providing Apple fans with a pretty good web-browsing experience. Though it's relatively feature-less when you put it next to an Android browser, Safari will certainly give each and every one a run for their money in terms of performance and ease of use. 

One of the pretty useful, yet not in-your-face features that Safari possesses is the ability to show you the full-blown desktop iteration of the website you're wasting your time on. There are a few reasons why you'd like to view the desktop website on your mobile device. But how to make use of this hidden feature?

Well, here's how:

 

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