Using Safari 15 Tabs On an iPhone

Using Safari on an iPhone is a whole new experience thanks to the new Tab Bar at the bottom of the screen. You can now go to sites, search, create and switch to tabs, organize into tab groups and more all while holding the phone in one hand.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Using Safari 15 Tabs On an iPhone”

    Darren
    1 year ago

    I'm having an issue syncing my tabs across all three of my Apple devices; iMac, iPad, iPhone (all running the latest operating systems and Safari 15). Three tabs (websites) that were originally open on the iMac keep appearing on the other two devices' Start Page, despite me having them deleted. It's almost like those three tabs are stuck in iCloud. I've tried turning on/off "iCloud Tabs" in the Customize Start Page, turning on/off Safari in iCloud, etc on all three devices. Any suggestions?

    1 year ago

    Darren: No suggestions, sorry. If it is getting in the way, you'll need to call Apple Support or go to the Genius Bar. Otherwise, wait to see if the next update clears it out for you.

    Nancy
    1 year ago

    I hate to ask this question, but is there any way to not have any tabs show in Safari on iPhone. I very rarely use Safari on iPhone. Use the phone mainly as a phone, camera or for directions. When I do use Safari on occasion, I find the tabs that appear annoying. I use tabs on my Mac and iPad but don't on the phone.

    1 year ago

    Nancy: Just never open a second tab.

    Al
    1 year ago

    Can the red circle pointer be used on an iPhone when screen mirroring? What is it called? Thanks.
    Al

    1 year ago

    Al: Yes, sure. It is just the pointer, I don't think it has a "name." Are you asking because you want to use it? If so, just connect a mouse to your iPhone and use it. It will appear as the pointer.

    Lali Raj
    6 months ago

    I am not able to open a new tab on my iphone 13 pro max. On this video I am not able to see where you are showing. Could you please let me know how to open a tab on my iPhone. Thanks

    6 months ago

    Lali: Do you mean tabs or tab groups? Tabs usually open up on their own when you tap links in emails or other apps. Or, you can tap and hold a link and select Open in New Tab. Or, tap the Tab overview button at the bottom (looks like two overlapping boxes) and then tap + on the tab overview screen.

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