## **Users can return to the top of any web page on iPhone with just one tap, instead of having to scroll up.** Many iPhone users have the habit of scrolling down for hours, but again I don’t know how to get back to the top of the page quickly, so I have to keep scrolling up which takes a lot of time. To go back to the top of a web page on iPhone, the fastest way is to tap the top part of the screen. However, the user also needs to touch the right place. For example, if you have an iPhone 14, you can tap either side of Dynamic Island, the phone will scroll up immediately. With iPhone X or models with “rabbit ears”, users only need to touch the two sides of the notch. With an older iPhone without Dynamic Island or a notch, users can return to the top by tapping the clock in the status bar. In addition, you can easily navigate the web pages you are viewing with gestures such as: Rotate iPhone to landscape orientation to view more content, pull down from the top edge of the page to refresh the page… Earlier this past April , Apple has released the second beta of iOS 16.5, which includes two useful new features for the iPhone, including the Sports tab in Apple News and screen recording through Siri. To try out the iOS 16.5 beta, users need to sign up for an Apple Developer Program membership for $99/year, or join the free Apple Beta Software Program. Registered developers can download the iOS 16.5 beta by going to *Settings > General > Software Update > Downloads *and installing the iOS 16.5 Developer Beta. iOS 16.5 is expected to launch in May with many features that will be added in the following beta versions.