How do I turn my Safari to landscape?

Answered by Edward Huber

To turn your Safari to landscape mode on your iPhone or iPod touch, follow these steps:

1. Swipe up from the bottom edge of your screen to open Control Center. This can be done on any screen, even the lock screen.

2. Look for the Portrait Orientation Lock button in Control Center. It looks like a small lock icon with a circular arrow around it. If the button is highlighted in white, it means the orientation lock is on. Tap the button to make sure it’s off. When the button is not highlighted, the orientation lock is off.

3. With the orientation lock off, you can now turn your device sideways. Hold your iPhone or iPod touch horizontally, with the Home button on the right or left side, depending on your preference.

4. As you turn your device sideways, Safari should automatically adjust to landscape mode. This means that the web pages you view in Safari will now be displayed in a wider, horizontal format. You can now browse the web in landscape orientation.

It’s worth mentioning that some apps may have their own orientation settings, separate from the device’s orientation lock. However, in most cases, Safari should automatically switch to landscape mode when you turn your device sideways, as long as the orientation lock is off.

I hope these steps help you turn your Safari to landscape mode. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, feel free to ask!