How to automatically close the Safari tab on iPhone

    Closing multiple tabs on Safari has been applied to previous iOS versions, and to iOS 13 users have the option to automatically close old Safari tabs by the time you choose. Accordingly, the old tabs opened on Safari are selected after one day, one week or one month depending on the needs of each user. Then all open tabs are automatically deleted, and the Safari interface works as it did before opening any tabs.
    Besides in this new version of iOS 13, Safari is also enhanced more security, ensuring privacy for the content you seek. The following article will guide you how to turn off Safari tabs automatically.
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    Instructions to turn off Safari tab automatically

    Step 1:
    Users access Settings and select Safari in the list of applications.
    Open Settings Choose Safari
    Step 2:
    Switch to the settings interface for Safari browser, click on Tabs . Looking down below, click and click Close Tabs .
    Closed tab option 
    Step 3:
    Switch to the new screen. Here we will see 4 automatic tab closing options on SafariThe default mode for closing tabs on Safari is to stay manually (Manually). You can switch to different time periods, it is best to choose after 1 day (After One Day) to speed up Safari browser if you have opened many tabs before.
    After selecting it, Safari automatically closes all tabs and we don't need to do it manually.
    Optional time Close the Safari tab yourself
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    I wish you all success!

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