Access websites faster by opening a series of pages across multiple tabs. To open a new page, tap the tabs icon (two overlapping squares) on the toolbar to reveal any open websites.
Tap “+“ to add a new page. Either choose from the icon grid that shows your bookmarks or go to a new site using the address bar.
There’s a quick way to remove a web page from the list while viewing all open pages. Simply swipe across from right to left to close it.
Recently closed tabs
You can also see which ones you’ve recently closed when looking at the pages. Tap and hold “+” in tab view to open recently closed tabs in Safari. Tap on one to reopen it.
You can configure Safari to automatically clear away open tabs when you no longer need them.
Load up the Settings app and navigate to the Safari section. There, look for a button marked Close Tabs. By default, it’ll be set to Manually.
However, if you’re tired of having countless tabs open on your device, you can set Safari to automatically close tabs after one day, one week, or one month. It’s a useful way to keep Safari under control.