With iOS 13, Apple has introduced a new feature to the Safari browser that will now allow you to close inactive tabs after a set duration automatically. If you are the one who opens up loads of tabs and never closes them than this feature really comes in handy. You can select to automatically close open Safari tabs after a day, week or month. Inactive tabs are the ones that have not been viewed in a specified time period.
Just go through this article if you want to know how you can apply the settings to close the tabs automatically in Safari on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
How to automatically close the tabs in Safari on iPhone or iPad.
You need to follow these simple steps in order to close the tabs automatically in Safari on iPhone or iPad.
- Open Settings>Safari.
- After this scroll down to the TABS section.
- Now tab Close Tabs.
- You can now select After One Day, After One Week, or After One Month.
- You will notice that it is set to Manual by default. When you will select any option mentioned in the 4th step the tabs in Safari tabs will close automatically on iOS 13.
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