How to customize Safari start page widget in iOS 15

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We recently. Talked about how You can hide your browsing history from ad trackers. In safari, Which is great, But one reason many people. have been Hesitant to use Safari. Bus Because it seems A little bored ACompared to other browsers But Apple is trying to change that. that I IOS 15 And iPad OS 15. You will now have a modular start page with custom backgrounds and you should have some fun with it.

But by default, Safari shows a lot of things here. You can view your Favorites, Reading List, and Privacy reports – not to mention the annoying Shared You section that populates links shared in the Messages app. Thankfully, you can add, remove and rearrange any module.

To get started, open the Safari app on your iPhone or iPad. If you are not already on the New Tab page, tap. Tabs. The toolbar button at the bottom, just below the URL bar (if you don’t like the URL bar here, you can. Put it back up). Then tap. Plus Button to open a new tab.

Here, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “Edit“Button.

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You will now find all the modules at the top. You can enable or disable Favorites, Frequent Views, Sharing with you, Privacy Report, Siri Suggestions, Reading List, and iCloud Tabs modules. Use three lines. Handle Icon for dragging and resetting a module. You can also choose “Use the appearance of the start page through iCloud.“To keep your settings consistent across your integrated iCloud devices.

Next, enable “Background imageFeature to see a list of all available background images. Tap it to switch to the background image. You can also tap. Plus Buttons to select any image from your camera roll. Once you customize the start screen, “X.“Close the button at the top. And here it is – your new start page will be upgraded and ready.

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