Mobile Safari gets a complete overhaul in iOS 7

Mobile Safari gets a complete overhaul in iOS 7
Apple iOS 7 has just been announced as the “biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone” and among the major changes is the completely overhauled mobile Safari browser.

The new Safari browser has a brand new tab interface, address bar and gets the option to go full screen. It also finally gets a smart search field in place of the dated two-field layout it used so far.

Among the improvements comes a one-tap access to your favorite websites, parental controls and support for the remembered passwords in iCloud Keychain.

Working with multiple tabs is somewhat similar to what we have in Google’s Chrome Android browser. You get to see a vertical list of tabs and you can swipe them to the side to discard. Gone is the 8 tab limitation and now each tab has its own preview window.

source: Apple

All images below courtesy of TheVerge.com

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