Friday, September 30

How to Move Safari Address Bar Up in iOS 15

Although Apple’s iOS 15 introduced a ton of useful new features, many iPhone users wondered how to move Safari’s address bar back to the top after it was moved to the bottom of the screen.

Of course, having the address bar at the bottom of Safari makes it easy to access if you’re using your iPhone with one hand. But when something you’ve grown accustomed to after years of use is changed, like moving the taskbar to the center in Windows 11, it’s understandable when you just want things to stay the same.

Of course, iOS 15 has plenty of positive updates, as detailed in our full iOS 15 review. In addition to improving the experience of using the latest Apple devices like the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max, it also breathes new life into older Apple products, with compatibility dating back to the six-year-old iPhone 6s.

Fortunately, though, it’s easy to move the address back to the top in iOS 15, as detailed in our guide below.

How to move the Safari tab bar in iOS 15

1. Abre Safari. On your Apple device with iOS 15 installed, go to Safari; We’re sure you know what it looks like, but in case you forgot, it’s the app with a blue and white compass icon.

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2. Press the “aA” button on the tab bar. This can be found on the left side of the tab bar. Press it to bring up a submenu.

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3. Click “Show Top Address Bar” in the submenu (it is the top option).

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4. Your tab bar will now appear at the top of the screen. It will now default to the top, rather than the bottom, from now on.

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Now that you’ve moved the address bar back to the top of Safari, take a look at the hidden trackpad that makes editing on iPhone easy. You may also want to learn how to get full screen caller ID in iOS 15 and how to launch apps by tapping the back of your iPhone.

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