Safari vs iPad and iPhone in reloading page

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In lieu to the condition of the Safari when using the thumbnail browser between the iPad and the iPhone, how dominant is the behavior of the Safari in loading another page to reload?

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Safari vs iPad and iPhone in reloading page

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You can reload a page in the safari browser by doing one of the following:

  • You can reload the page by clicking the Reload icon in the safari browser.
  • You can also reload the page by pressing the command -R keys.
  • Or you can as well use the CTRL + R key combination on the keyboard, and that is if you are using the safari beta browser.

What happens when you reload a Web page in the Safari browser by either clicking the Reload icon or by pressing the Command-R in Mac OS X or by pressing the Ctrl-R key combination in the Safari Beta 3.x browser for Windows is that the cache files will be bypassed. You will not need to hold down the Shift or any other modifier keys during that process.

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