One of the things that I see the most in helping the general user to better use Apple mobile devices is the neglect that the vast majority have of Safari open tabs. Almost everyone leaves every webpage they open on their iPhone or iPad open, creating an endless list that must be closed sooner or later.
We can’t completely blame the user for this as the Safari interface doesn’t have a button in sight to be able to close all these tabs comfortably and many people end up doing it tab by tab (which can take several minutes). clock). Fortunately there is a way to close all Safari tabs on both our iPhone and iPad
Close all open iPhone websites at once
You can take the test in seconds: open multiple web pages with Safari on your iPhone. You can close them one by one by clicking the button at the bottom right of the interface (the icon with the two overlapping squares) and then clicking the cross on each open web page that appears.
But there is another much easier way. Just keep your finger on the button click on the squares to see this menu, which will give you the option to close all tabs at once. Great for helping those who accidentally left hundreds of tabs open:
One thing we can also do to predict the buildup of open tabs on an iPhone or iPad is go to ‘Settings’> ‘Safari’> ‘Close tabs’ section
iOS and iPadOS already have memory management modes that reduce consumption by opening many tabs, but it’s best to keep Safari with the fewest web pages open. Not only for security and privacy, but to optimize the performance and battery life of the device.