iPhone For Dummies: Updated for iPhone 12 models and iOS 14
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Safari on the iPhone lets you open multiple Web pages simultaneously. After you open them on your iPhone, you can browse through those Web pages, focus on specific ones, and close the ones you're no longer using.

Tap the Pages icon.

Tap the Pages icon.

This icon appears on the right side of the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.

Tap New Page on the screen that pops up next.

You have to tell Safari what page to show here before anything interesting will appear.

Tap the address field, and then type a URL for your new page.

Tap the address field, and then type a URL for your new page.

The number inside the Pages icon lets you know how many pages are open.

To see the other open pages, flick your finger to the left or right.

To see the other open pages, flick your finger to the left or right.

The pages scroll by when you flick.

Tap a page you want to open.

Tap a page you want to open.

That page takes over the full screen

To close one of your open Web pages, tap the white X in the red circle.

To close one of your open Web pages, tap the white X in the red circle.

This X appears in the upper-left corner of each open page.

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Edward C. Baig is the personal and consumer technology columnist for USA Today, where he reviews the latest gadgets and reports on tech trends. Bob LeVitus, aka Dr. Mac, is among the world's leading authorities on the Macintosh and Mac OS X. He's been one of the Mac community's most trusted gurus for almost twenty years, and has written or cowritten more than 45 books. He is also a columnist for the Houston Chronicle and The Mac Observer.

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