If you start typing a URL in Safari 6 and hit the right arrow to auto-complete one of its suggestions, Safari will automatically add a trailing slash after the TLD. This is handy if you want to specify things like a subdirectory (finerthings.in/ios) or a username to look up (facebook.com/davidchartier).

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