If you don’t know how to close all Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad, we are going to help you out. You just need to follow a series of steps and you will not get confused between tabs.
Safari interface does not have a button to close all those tabs comfortably and many people end up doing tab by tab. Fortunately there is a way to close all the tabs at once on our iPhone and iPad.
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How to close all Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad easily?
You can do the test in a few seconds: open several web pages with Safari on your iPhone. You can close them one by one by clicking on the lower right button of the interface (the icon with the two squares on top) and then you can click on the cross of each open web page displayed.
But there is another, much simpler way. Just hold your finger on the button of the squares to see this menu, which will give you the option to close all the tabs at once. Ideal for helping those who have left hundreds of tabs open unintentionally.
There’s one more thing we can do. Just go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Safari’ > ‘Close tabs’ section. There we will have the option to choose if we want to automatically close all the tabs after a day, a week, or a month after we use Safari.
iOS and iPadOS already have memory management modes that reduce consumption by having many tabs open, but it is best to keep Safari with the least amount of web pages open. Not only for security and privacy, but also to optimize the performance and autonomy of the device.