Back in September of this year Facebook held its F8 developer conference. Like Apple’s WWDC event, Facebook uses F8 to announce new features and services. The big hit of this year’s conference was the company’s new Timeline feature.

Facebook Timelines allows you to see all of a user’s content on the social networking site in one convenientĀ stream. We’ve already shown you how to access the feature on the iPad, and now we’re going to tell you how to see it on the iPhone.

Facebook recently rolled out some updates to its website that enabled the viewing of the new feature on mobile devices via the web app. This means that if you visit FacebookĀ from your iPhone, you should be able to see everyone’s Timelines.

To make sure yours is activated, visitĀ www.facebook.com/about/timelineĀ and click ‘Get Timeline.’ It’s not showing up in the native iPhone app yet, but since the app is just a frontend to the mobile website, it shouldn’t be too long before it’s available.