How to Set a Password on Safari Browser in iPhone

 If you want to lock your Safari browser on your iPhone so that it opens only with your password or Face ID, here’s how you can do it. Follow these steps:

### Step-by-Step Guide:

1. Open the Shortcuts App:

   - First, go to the Shortcuts app on your iPhone. You can find it in your app library or by searching for "Shortcuts".

   - Open the Shortcuts app.

2. Create a New Automation:

   - In the Shortcuts app, go to the Automation tab at the bottom.

   - If you don’t see the New Automation option, tap on the + icon at the top right and then tap Create Personal Automation.

3. Select the App:

   - Scroll down and find the App option, then tap on it.

   - Tap on Choose and select Safari from the list of apps.

   - Make sure to check Is Opened and then tap Next.

4. Add an Action:

   - Tap on Add Action.

   - Use the search bar at the top and type Lock Screen.

   - Select Lock Screen from the search results.

   - Tap Next.

5. Configure the Automation:

   - Make sure Ask Before Running is toggled off and confirm by tapping Don’t Ask.

   - Tap Done.

Now, whenever you or anyone else tries to open Safari, the screen will lock, requiring Face ID or your passcode to unlock it.

### Summary:

By following these steps, you can easily set a lock on your Safari browser using the Shortcuts app. This will enhance the privacy of your browsing activities on your iPhone. I hope you found this guide helpful. If you liked the video, please like it and subscribe to the channel. Take great care of yourself. Bye-bye!

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