How To Reopen Accidentally Closed Tabs In Safari – iPhone, iPad Tutorial

Uzair Ghani
Posted Sep 3, 2016
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Here’s how you can reopen tabs which you accidentally closed in Safari for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.

Reopen Accidentally Closed Safari Tabs On iPhone, iPad, iPod touch In A Snap

So, there you are browsing the Web and you accidentally closed a Safari tab which you shouldn’t have in the first place. Do not panic, Safari has a brilliant feature in place which you can utilize and bring back your recently closed tab. Here’s what you need to do.

1. As obvious it may sound, launch the Safari Web browser on your iPhone or iPad.

2. See the ‘Tab’ button at the bottom right hand corner of Safari? Tap on it.

3. Tap and hold on the ‘+’ sign and you’ll be taken straight to the Recently Closed Tabs page. Simply tap on the link you accidentally closed and you’re absolutely golden.

Although long-time iOS users might have known about this feature for quite a while, but nonetheless it’s great to share a tip that can save you a lot of trouble.

Safari is packed with a lot of cool features that can give the overall Web browsing experience a significant boost. And for your convenience, we’re going to link you to previous tutorials we have done  on the site so that you can expand your usability and experience horizon as well.

Wrap Up

There are lot of instances where we tend to do things by mistake on our mobile devices. For example, we end up deleting emails that are otherwise important in a lot of scenarios. But thankfully, rather than blasting the email message into oblivion, email services offer their users a neat looking ‘Trash’ folder which they can look into, in case they delete something important. Same is the case with browser tabs on mobile and desktop both. It’s a simple case of looking in the right place to recover something extremely important. Nothing more, nothing less.

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