How to Enable iPhone Pop-Ups

Open the Settings app, tap Safari, and toggle Block Pop-ups to OFF. This allows pop-ups in Safari on your iPhone. You can also allow pop-ups in other browsers like Google Chrome. Open your browser app’s Settings to find this option.

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RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
February 14, 2023

Summary: Open the Settings app, tap Safari, and toggle Block Pop-ups to OFF. This allows pop-ups in Safari on your iPhone. You can also allow pop-ups in other browsers like Google Chrome. Open your browser app’s Settings to find this option.

This is for the Safari and Chrome. Screenshots are from iPhone 14 Pro running iOS 16+

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Allow Pop-Ups in Safari

To allow sites to open pop-up windows in your Safari browser, first, open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Next, in Settings, scroll down and tap Safari. Refer to the below image:

Popup 1
Accessing Safari

Now, on the Safari page, scroll down and toggle Block Pop-Ups to OFF.

Tip: To turn on Safari’s pop-up blocker in the future, re-enable the Block Pop-Ups option.

See the below image:

Popup 2
Toggle OFF to disable pop-ups

Allow Pop-Ups in Chrome

To enable pop-up windows in Chrome, first, launch the browser on your iPhone.

Next, when Chrome launches, in the bottom right-hand corner, tap the three-dot Menu and choose Settings. See the following image:

Popup 3
Accessing Chrome Settings

Now, in Settings, scroll down and tap Content Settings. Refer to the below image:

Popup 4
Accessing Content Settings

Next, tap Block Pop-Ups. See the below image:

Popup 5
Accessing Block Pop-ups

Now, toggle Block Pop-Ups to OFF. Then, in the top right-hand corner, tap Done.

Tip: To re-enable pop-ups in Google Chrome in the future, activate the Block Pop-Ups option.

See the following image:

Popup 6
Toggle OFF to disable pop-ups and tap Done
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