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Make Safari (Windows) think it is an iPhone


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I'm doing a little project for work, on Windows*, that requires doing some web screenshots on the iPhone. Is there a way of tricking Safari to think it is an iPhone and therefore display the iPhone/Mobile version of a site? Or if it is easier to do in Chrome, I'll take that! I'm just looking for something WebKit based.

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Okay, answering my own question! Serves me right for not playing around more!

1) Head in the Preferences / Advanced
2) Check 'Show Develop menu in menu bar'
3) Go into Develop menu / User Agent
4) Pick who you want to be today!
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