There are times that from our mobile we turn to many sources to keep updated with news on various topics, or to see our notices and activities of our contacts in social networks, but this usually open many windows in the browser often they hinder a little more user experience and if you have many tabs open on an iPhone or iPad.
It is really annoying to have to tap on a given page while you have many tabs open in Safari and even worse when we have to close tab by tab, so that the browser does not consume many resources of our iOS device.
Until now, you had to close each tab individually, which happens to be quite slow. Instead of making tap on the "Close" button for each of the tabs, now in iOS 10 it includes two new shares that can be used to close all open tabs at once and show you how in this tutorial.
While viewing a page:If you're in the middle of viewing a web page, all you need to do is tap and hold the button tab view (it has an icon with two overlapping boxes) until you see something like this:
When prompted, click the option that allows you all the tabs you have open. Click on the red button to close all tabs.
From the interface switching tabs:
Another way to do this is to tap and hold the "Done" button located on the bottom right of Safari until something like this:
When the pop-up box appears, press the red option that lets you close all open tabs.
No matter which method you use, all open Safari tabs will close instantly.