Though Safari has allowed the closing of multiple tabs at once for long, there had never been an option to wipe out the old tabs automatically. But with the latest iteration of iOS, the age-old rule has changed for the better.
Now, depending on your preference, you can choose to automatically close your recent Safari tabs automatically in iOS 13 and iPadOS after one day, one week or one month. Well, if you find it a bit tedious to get rid of them, it would be a better way to go.
Apart from keeping the privacy about what your search, this new add-on can also keep the web browser uncluttered. Enough talk, let’s put this feature to the quick test!
How to Automatically Close Safari Tabson iPhone and iPad
Step #1. As always, launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad → Scroll down and tap on Safari.
Step #2. Under TABS section, tap on Close Tabs.
Step #3. At the next screen, there are four options: Manually, After One Day, After One Week, After One Month. Ideally, you should select After One Day, but you can select any option, except Manually.
That’s it. Based on the option you have selected at 3rd step, Safari will automatically close all your tabs when reached the deadline.
The iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 has not just bought the most awaited Dark Mode, it arrived with many other awesome features. We will keep posting new and awesome features regularly, so make sure to bookmark us and visit back frequently. Until then, enjoy the Dark Mode and I’ll go and look for some other exciting features.
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