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What is the process of using Safari Web Inspector on Apple Silicon (M1) macOS for apps designed specifically for iPad?

asked 2022-09-15 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-05-11 06:00:00 +0000

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The process of using Safari Web Inspector on Apple Silicon (M1) macOS for iPad-specific apps is as follows:

  1. Connect your iPad to your Mac using a USB-C cable.

  2. On your iPad, go to Settings > Developer and enable the "Web Inspector" option.

  3. On your Mac, open Safari.

  4. In Safari, click on "Safari" in the menu bar, and then click on "Preferences."

  5. In the "Advanced" tab, check the box next to "Show Develop menu in menu bar."

  6. In the menu bar, click on "Develop," and then select your iPad from the list of available devices.

  7. Launch the iPad app that you want to inspect.

  8. In Safari, click on the "Elements" tab and start inspecting the app's HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code.

  9. You can make changes to the code directly in Safari and see the results in real-time on your iPad.

Note: The Safari Web Inspector may not work for all iPad apps, especially those that are heavily reliant on native functionality.

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