How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in iOS 11 Safari on iPhone and iPad

In a hurry, you have closed all Safari tabs at once on your iPhone or iPad. Then you realized you wanted to use a particular tab or tabs; this requires you to reopen closed tabs. If you are using iOS 11 Safari browser on your device, you can use an effective way to reopen a tab, name of which you have forgotten. So here is how to reopen recently closed safari tabs in iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad.

Many users are unaware that they can easily access all recently closed Safari window with an option long available. For such users, this quick guide will come handy.

How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Safari in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad

Step #1: Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad.

Open Safari Browser App on iPhone and iPad

Step #2: Next, you need to tap on tabs icon from the bottom right corner of your device’s screen.

Press and Hold Safari Tab icon on iPhone and iPad

Step #3: Now press and hold ‘+’ icon from the bottom center of screen.

Tap on Plus icon to Open Recently Closed Safari Tab History on iPhone and iPad

Step #4: This will take you to the Recently Closed Tabs screen on your device; here, you can easily select the tab you want to reopen.

select the tab you want to reopen from Safari Recently Closed Window History on iPhone and iPad

It is done!

I use Safari browser extensively on my iPhone and Mac, and therefore, I keep closing and reopening tabs. However, this piles up a lot of Safari cache and browser history. As a smart user, you should delete Safari history, cookies, and cache on iPhone or iPad.

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