Though the process of closing all Safari tabs in iOS 11 is same as it was in the previous iOS version, I thought it’s worth talking about this nifty little feature.
There are a couple of main reasons why I like to kill Safari tabs on my device: First, to prevent others from finding out what I’m browsing and the second to keep the web browser uncluttered. If you are unaware of this handy feature, head over to find out how it works:
How to Close All Safari Tabs at Once in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Safari on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, tap and hold the tabs button at the bottom right corner.
Step #3. Next, you will get a menu with five options; Tap on Close All “Number of Opened tabs.”
Alternately, you can tap on the tabs button and then touch and hold the Done. Then, you will get the option to close all the opened tabs.
What if you don’t want to shoot out all the opened tabs? Instead, you want to close an individual one. Read on…
How to Close An Individual Safari Tab on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Open Safari on your iOS device → touch and hold the tabs button.
Step #2. Tap on Close this tab.
Alternatively, tap on Tabs button and tap X on the tab in the question.
On iOS devices, I mostly use Safari to browse the web. It’s highly secure and as feature-rich as any web browsers out there. Let me know what you think of it and the features you like in it in the comments below.
Catch up on these posts as well:
- How to Prevent Safari from Accessing your Camera and Microphone
- How to Prevent Websites from Tracking You
- How to Clear Safar History and Website Data
- Best Safari Extensions for iPhone and iPad