Here is a step-by-step guide which you need to follow to enable automatic tab closing in Safari for iPhone and iPad
The more you browse the web, the more you’re likely to get carried away. It happens to all of us, and it can become annoying especially when you find yourself tapping links left and right and scrolling through a huge list of open Safari browser tabs on your iPhone or iPad. Thankfully, iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.1 and later has made it really easy to set Safari browser tabs to close automatically.If you want to automatically close tabs in Safari after a particular period of time and help your iPhone continue running smoothly, there are some simple steps you need to follow.
Here is a step-by-step guide which you need to follow to help you automatically close tabs in the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad.
How to automatically close Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad
These are the steps you need to follow to enable automatic tab closing in Safari for iPhone and iPad.
Steps to automatically close Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad
Follow these steps to enable automatic tab closing in Safari for iPhone and iPad running iOS 13 or iPadOS 13:
- Start Settings app on your
iPhone or iPad.
- Scroll down and tap Safari
- Scroll down and tap Close Tabs
- Select the frequency you prefer safari tabs to close automatically. You can chose after 1 month After 1 Week, or After 1 Day.
That’s pretty much it. The tabs will automatically close once its lifespan exceeds the timeframe you specified.
There’s no correct setting, just select the option that makes sense for the way you use
Safari browser. Personally, I set my Safari browser tabs to close after one month. It could happen that i need to reference something i clicked a couple of weeks ago.
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