How to Turn Off Pop Up Blockers on iPhone
Go to Safari
The iPhone may not be intended to serve as a full-blown Web browser, but it comes close. Furthermore, it comes equipped with all the tools you need for safe browsing experiences – one being Safari’s pop-up blocker – which helps keep the site safe from advertisers but may also occasionally block legitimate pop-up notices such as banking features, seating charts for ticket-sales sites or warnings that site instructions have changed; Safari cannot distinguish these from ads and will stifle them regardless. To avoid missing such notifications simply turn off Safari’s pop-up blocker using Settings/Safari then Content Settings/Block Pop-ups from there! To switch it off; open Settings/Safari then go into Content Settings/Block Popups option then turn this option off!
Go to Pop-up Blocker
If you are taking classes online, it is essential that pop-up windows be enabled so that you have access to all of the tools and resources necessary for successful course completion. Furthermore, updating may cause pop-up blockers to turn back on.
Install an adblocker software onto your PC or mobile phone to stop pop up ads from showing. Some are free, while some such as Adguard ads blocker can help block interstitial pop ups.
Safari provides an easy and efficient way to manage pop-up windows: just select the settings gear in the upper-right corner (or Command + Shift + K on Windows or Mac) to open its Preferences and turn “Block Pop-up Windows” On (green) or Off (white). This will stop pop-ups from interrupting your view while visiting websites.