iOS 15 Safari Tips and Tricks Video

If you just recently installed iOS 15, you may have noticed that Safari has some significant design changes, but there are also a ton of new features you might not have noticed.

In our latest video, we walk through everything that's new in Safari, and it's well worth watching if you want to get the most out of Apple's browser. Make sure to check out our Twitter poll below, and let us know which Safari design you prefer.

For a more detailed rundown of all of the changes and how they work, we also have a dedicated Safari 15 guide.

Tag: Safari

Top Rated Comments

erasr Avatar
34 months ago
Top tip: when you’re on a web page and want to quickly open a new tab/page, just click in the area to the right of the address bar (now at the bottom in iOS15), or swipe the address bar left to do the same thing.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
whyamihere Avatar
34 months ago
I thought for sure the Safari address bar changes would be something I'd immediately hate and turn off. But I actually kind of dig it. And absolutely loving tab grouping. :)
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mach Avatar
34 months ago

I thought for sure the Safari address bar changes would be something I'd immediately hate and turn off. But I actually kind of dig it. And absolutely loving tab grouping. :)
I also thought I would hate it but decided to give it a chance and am actually finding it fine.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Graphikos Avatar
34 months ago
The tab/address bar on the bottom just makes sense. Pretty much from the beginning of app development, we realized putting the controls at the bottom was better. I don't know how it took this long to move the primary controls of a browser to the bottom also. This is especially better for larger devices.

Still, it's nice to have the option for those who can't handle change.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GtrDude Avatar
34 months ago
I like having all the controls at the bottom but they need to work on making this as smooth as the old version was, for example getting to your bookmarks off the new tab, and closing tabs.
Very clunky as it is.
Don't understand why moving everything to the bottom means they had to change and add steps in how you get rid of tabs, start tabs and get into your favorites.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
cmaier Avatar
34 months ago
What we all really want to know is - is it snappier?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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