Safari is a web browser from Apple Inc. originally designed specifically for the Mac OS operating system. Safari comes pre-installed with Mac OS X and has been the default web browser on this operating system since Mac OS X v10.3. From 1997 to 2003, Mac OS X used Internet Explorer for Mac as the default web browser. On June 11, 2007, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, a preview version for Windows was presented that is compatible with both Windows XP and Windows Vista from Safari.
Safari offers features that are almost common in other web browsers, such as: B. Browsing tabs, setting bookmarks, searching story and bookmarks built into iPhoto photo settings and more. And you can use Safari on iOS devices and Mac or Macbooks because, as we mentioned earlier, Safari is a browser made by a huge company, Apple.
Some Safari users, especially iPhone users, often feel confused when trying to reopen a tab that they just closed or accidentally closed. Actually, it’s very easy to restore closed tabs, but most people don’t know. Well this time the author wants to make a tutorial on how to open a newly closed tab on iPhone Safari. Here is the tutorial.
1. Open Safaris – tap the square icon in the lower right corner – Tap and hold the character icon plus.
2. Select the tab that you just closed – The last closed tab is now open again.
This is a tutorial on how to restore closed tabs in iPhone Safari. Hope it’s useful.