Safari is one of the most popular web browsers out there and a lot of iOS users use it on their iPhone and iPad since it’s the default browser on their device. Mostly everyone using Safari opens up a lot of tabs when they are browsing and most of them don’t bother to close them and as a result, a lot of tabs get piled up. This often results in the browser getting slow and In addition to this, users also have trouble finding the pages they need.
Hence to avoid this, Apple introduced a new feature with iOS that allows Safari to close tabs automatically after a specific time period. In this guide, we are going to have a look at how you can use that feature. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to automatically close tabs in Safari on your iPhone and iPad
Step 1: Bring up Settings on your iPhone or iPad and head to Safari settings. You can open the Settings App from your Home Screen or you can make a search for it in your App Libary if you are using iOS 14.
Step 2: Once you are in the Safari section search for the “Close Tabs” option under the Tabs section. Tap on it and continue with the process.
Step 3: Choose your preferred time period from the given options and head back to your home screen to save your changes. That’s all doing this will allow Safari to automatically close tabs in the time period you’ve selected.
Have a look at the Screenshots below to see how it’s done.
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