Have you ever looked at any site in Safari on your iPhone or iPad, and then accidentally closed the tab? Or maybe you have ever closed a page, but immediately realized that you still need it? Surely in this case you would like to return closed tabs. It turns out that this is very simple.
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How to restore closed tabs in Safari on iPhone or iPad
1. Obviously, to achieve the goal you must have a browser open. After the page has been closed, click on the button in the lower right corner of Safari that brings up the tab menu;
2. There we press and hold the panel “+” until a menu with recently closed tabs appears;
3. We search and click on the page that is necessary.
The only limitation in this operation is time. If the tab has been closed for a long time, then it will not be saved in the browser’s memory, therefore it will not be possible to restore it.
It should be noted that the pages are restored on the iPhone differently than on the iPad and Mac. The thing is that in the version of Safari for tablets, the “+»Is not hidden in the tab menu.
Mac laptop and desktop users can re-open a closed page by pressing the buttons ⌘Cmd + Z.