The details of your browsing sessions are not saved on your browser on the private browsing mode. This can be useful when you don’t want your browsing history, passwords, or other details to be saved with your browser. Almost all the popular browsers you may use will have the private mode to let you browse secretly without your browsing details being kept. You will have this mode in Safari on your iPhone as well. If you want to disable browsing mode in Safari on iPhone, this article will help you. This article will disable private browsing mode in Safari on iPhone. 

Disabling Private Browsing Mode In Safari On iPhone

When you close the Safari on your iPhone, the private mode is not closed. Because of this, whenever you re-open the Safari app on your iPhone, the private tabs will re-open. Therefore, there is no way that the private tabs will automatically close on the Safari browser. However, you can do this manually, and we will be discussing that in this article. 

Using Tab Groups

The very first way to disable private browsing mode in Safari on iPhone is by using the Tab Groups. To disable private browsing mode in Safari on iPhone by using the Tab Groups, follow the steps given below-

  • Open the Safari app on your iPhone. Here, tap on the Tabs icon that you will see at the bottom right corner. 
  • Now, tap on the Private section you will see at the bottom of the screen. 
  • Here you will see the X Tabs option just above the Private option. Here will be the number of tabs opened in your non-private browsing session. 

This will switch you to the non-private session on your browser and close the private session.

Using Tab Bar

You can also use the tab bar to disable the private mode in Safari on your iPhone. Follow the steps given below to disable the private mode on the Safari-

  • On the Safari browser, tap on hold the Tabs icon at the bottom right corner.
  • Next, tap on the X Tabs button, where X is the number of non-private browsing tabs.

This is how you can disable private tabs on Safari on iPhone. Following the above steps, you will be able to close the private tabs on your Safari browser on your iPhone.

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