Safari for iOS 12 hasn’t got too many new add-ons. But the one nifty feature that has caught my eyes is the option to show website icon (also known as Favicon) on Safari tabs.
Aside from making the tab menu look a bit cool, the website icons also make it straightforward to spot a particular site. Ever since I ran into this feature, I have been using it. And I’m sure you would like to give it a try as well!
How to Show Website Icons in Safari Tabs on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, scroll down and tap on “Safari.”
Step #3. Turn on the switch next “Show Icons in Tabs.”
The change will come into action immediately. Now, open Safari and hit the tab icon in the bottom right corner.
You should see a site’s icon to the right of the “X” button. Doesn’t it make it a bit easier to spot a specific website?
That’s all there is to it!
Over to You
Several simple yet pretty useful features have arrived with the latest iOS version. And the ones that I have found worth noting are Do Not Disturb at Bedtime, Notification Grouping and the option to use alternate Face IDs on iPhone X.
As for performance, iOS 12 is running smoothly. Though there are some minor hiccups like unexpected rebooting, they are expected as the operating system is still in beta. Once it’s finally rolled out this fall, it will be at its peak. What has been your experience with the OS?
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