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Terry there isn't a lot the average person can do.
The only true fix is for the Apple people to write their programs to the accepted 'standard' so it just works.
I've never looked into their products .... do they use their own browser or can you choose Chrome, Firefox or Samsung Browser etc...??
People who choose to use an i product just have to live with their choice.

PS: I found...
https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how- ... -an-iphone
https://www.macworld.co.uk/feature/iosa ... r-3621607/

There you go Ray? Get Chrome going!!!
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That second linked site is a class act, the ads appear over the text so you can't read it properly and some of it appears to be see through layered one on top of the other, so you can't read any of it :lol: Maybe you need an Apple product or Apple suitable browser to be able to view it properly.
Surely someone will come up with a browser that works on all operating platforms, or an operating platform that is user friendly and works on all products. The "us and them and those who don't want to be part of either camp" days must surely be coming to an end ....
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I can read the 2nd link but I do have Adblocker Ultimate and never see any ads.

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Tried Chrome.
Prefer Firefox.
Use it on both laptop and iPhone.
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Greynomad wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:42 pm
Tried Chrome.
Prefer Firefox.
Use it on both laptop and iPhone.
Hmmm..... So even though the browser is PC and Apple compatible, the forum appears correctly on a PC or Android device, but not on an Apple phone but does on an Apple I Pad? Have I got that bit correct? Tapa Talk is a whole different matter because that is a 3rd party app and want to be paid to make the forum compatible each time the php BB is updated.
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Firefox works well on both iPhone & MacBook Pro.
Don’t own an iPad, and have not tried to use it on my Kindle Fire.
Mainly on account of the appropriate cables don’t seem to be wired to access the download part of the Kindle, and I have three cables for two Kindles — my Fire & SWMBO’s Paperwhite. (One cable is a leftover from her previous Kindle which expired.)
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