The one important feature Safari lacked for long is the ability to let you kill multiple tabs at one go. However with the arrival of iOS 10, it has gotten better and filled up this void as well. Hence, you can now instantly close all tabs at once in iOS 10 Safari on your iPhone.
It's one of my favorite features in iOS 10. I never enjoyed the lengthy process of getting rid of several tabs one-by-one. Frankly speaking, it's one of the main reasons why I preferred to use Chrome on my iOS devices. But that's going to change now as Safari seems to have done its homework pretty well. Enough talk? Let's head over to find how to kill multiple tabs at one go in Safari on iOS 10!
How to Close All Safari Tabs at Once in iOS 10 on iPhone or iPad
Step #1. First off, launch Safari on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, tap and hold on the tab button.
Step #3. Next up, you will get the option to close all the open tabs at once. Tap on Close Tab.
Alternately, there is also an option to scoop away all the tabs at one go while you are in the tab view interface. Just tap and hold on the Done button, you will get the option to close all the open tabs.
Quick video on how to close all tabs at once in iOS 10 Safari:
With several exclusive features, iOS 10 seems to have won over both the fans and critics. Currently, the latest iOS ecosystem is available only for developers who have registered for the beta testing program.
You can easily install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone if you want to test it out in advance. Since it's in beta version, we don't expect it to be flawless. Some users have reported that they have faced error 14 when updating to iOS 10 beta.
In case, you don't have a developer account but still want to install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, there is an option to let you get it done with ease.
What do you think of Safari? Which web browser do you use most on your iOS devices and why? Let us know your valuable feedback in the comments below.
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