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This hack enables users to quickly close multiple Safari tabs with only a few taps, so if you’re weary of having to swipe on your iPhone to close tabs, it’s for you.
Additionally, there is a feature that allows iPhone users to choose to automatically shut the tabs without opening the web browser, eliminating the have to always do it manually.
How to Close All Tabs in Your iPhone Safari Browser?
By enabling users to close all open tabs at once, rather than having to swipe back and forth, Apple is providing users an opportunity to improve the performance of their sluggish Safari or difficult-to-navigate browser.
Additionally, it’s crucial to close tabs because certain websites add a lot of cookies and cache to your browser, which means that they might continue to run even if Background App Refresh is enabled.
- Go to Safari and long-press the Tab symbol in the bottom right corner to bring up a pop-up menu that allows you to close all open tabs at once.
- Then click “Close All Tabs”; a prompt from Apple will ask you if you wish to continue.
Instead of having to swipe through each tab one at a time, this will allow users to quickly close all open tabs. This may be especially frustrating for users who have 50 or more tabs open at once.
How to Make Safari Tabs on the iPhone Close Automatically?
- Going to Settings on your iPhone will automatically close all open Safari tabs, which is a different hack.
- Scroll down in “Safari” until you find the “Tabs” section of settings. Then select “Close Tabs,” which is by default set to “Manually.”
- Next, choose whether you’d like to clean your tabs on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis if you don’t have the time to do it manually.
Other Apple hacks for Safari include organizing tabs, sharing tab groups, and other features.
iPhone Exploits You Should Check Out
For once, let’s be honest and accept that there are some hacks we learn about online or through social media that cause users to have a strong “Wow, it can do that” reaction when they see them for the first time. The Visual Lookup for the iPhone, which enables users to identify the subject and lift them, enables them to quickly transfer it via copy and paste. Some hacks are “meh,” but some are life-changing.
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Additionally, there is a function known as the Emergency SOS that has been available for the iPhone for a while that allows users to defend themselves if they find themselves in a dangerous scenario.
The new smartphone, the iPhone 14 Pro, even gives customers the option to connect to satellites and send texts in an emergency without a cellular service, which is helpful when they are in a bind.