Safari will be getting a new upgrade on iPad with iPadOS, but there is also a same upgrade for the iPhone on iOS 13. Both of those will get a new feature that saves you from forgotten tabs.
Specifically, you don’t have to worry about closing dozens of tabs you forget to close all the time.
iOS 13 and iPadOS are the some of the biggest upgrades in Apple’s history for years. There is not just a small upgrade on features to look forward, but there is a whole host of smaller tweaks and improvements to be waiting for.
Here’s what comes up:
Safari will take care of forgotten tabs for you
Safari in iOS 13 and iPadOS can take care of forgotten tabs for you. You can set it so that pages you haven’t viewed recently are automatically closed after one day, one week, or one month.
This will prevent Safari from quietly holding onto countless tabs that you had forgotten all about. It’s a problem that plagues most of us — particularly on iPhone where it’s not so easy to see how many tabs you have open.
Safari will prompt you to set up this feature after you’ve been using it for a little while in iOS 13 and iPadOS. You can change your preferences later in Settings, and there’s an option to disable the feature altogether if you don’t want it.
Coming this fall
iOS 13 and iPadOS will roll out to everyone for free this fall. Developers are currently testing out the very first beta. Apple has promised that the first public preview will be available next month.
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