With one of the biggest visual changes ever applied to the iPhone’s Safari browser since its launch, iOS 15 divides opinions among its users, between those who were positively surprised and those who didn’t like it so much, preferring the previous format.
For a better context, a new look of the iPhone’s default browser was introduced in iOS 15, bringing a tab bar located in the lower area of the app, in a more discreet way. The previous format consisted of displaying an individual tab at the top of the screen, in a more basic and intuitive way.
If you fit into the group you preferred the way you used to be, don’t worry; iOS allows Safari to quickly and easily tweak the old look in your iPhone browser.
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Learn in the steps below how to go back to the old Safari browser look on your iPhone:
- In your iPhone’s Settings, scroll down, locate and click “Safari”.
- In the Safari browser-related settings screen, go to the “Tabs” section and change the look to the “Individual Tab” format.
- Open your iPhone’s Safari and voila, you’ll notice that the browser’s look has already been changed to the old format, where the tab is displayed in the upper area of the application.