How to Automatically Close All Open Safari Tabs on iOS 13


Apple has overall improved its Safari browser on iOS 13. The company is gradually making changes in the platform which will ultimately enhance utility for the end-user. With iOS 13, Apple has added several new changes in iOS 13 including the ability to automatically closing all opened Safari tabs. See the step by step instructions below on how to automatically close all Safari tabs in iOS 13.

Automatically Close All Safari Tabs in iOS 13

Once you're done with acquiring certain information from the web, you close the Safari app. However, the tab remains open in the background and the next time you visit the browser you are greeted with a handful of useless tabs which you have to manually close.

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The Safari tabs take away plenty of system resources and it is vital if you close them. Previously, you had to close each tab individually. In addition, closing all Safari tabs every time isn't something that you always remember after each session. This left you with a bunch of tabs with loaded information that has no use. Follow the instructions below to automatically close all Safari tabs in iOS 13.

Step 1: The first thing that you have to do is open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.

Step 2: Head over to the Safari in the main list.

Step 3: Under the Tabs heading, tap Close Tabs.

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Step 4: Now out of the four options, choose the duration when you want Safari Tabs to be closed automatically.

There are four options to choose from - Manually, Daily, Weekly or Monthly. Choose the one that you want and that's all there is to it. If you chose daily, all Safari tabs will be cleared after 24 hours and so on. This is definitely a pretty neat feature which has made its way to the iPhone and iPad with iOS 13. Now close those unwanted Safari Tabs automatically so you don't have to be flabbergasted with the sheer amount on your next visit to the browser.

That's all for now, folks. Apple is also releasing iOS 13.1 on September 24, which will bring new additions to the table, so be sure to stick around for that as well. What are your thoughts on the new technique? Would you be willing to give it a swing? Let us know how you liked the new feature.