Apple adds 'Geolocation' into iPhone Safari Browser

Apple included geolocation in the mobile Safari browser on iPhone. This means you won't have to type in your zip code or hopefully not have to be asked a million times if an app can use your location. “I just checked a GPS-enabled webpage, below, on a 3.0B5 iPhone's Mobile Safari and Boom! The webpage checks the […]

Apple included geolocation in the mobile Safari browser on iPhone. This means you won't have to type in your zip code or hopefully not have to be asked a million times if an app can use your location. “I just checked a GPS-enabled webpage, below, on a 3.0B5 iPhone's Mobile Safari and Boom! The webpage checks the GPS coordinates of the iPhone and returns a result,” said Seth Weintraub.

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