For its new mobile and desktop operating systems, Apple is redesigning the Safari browser user interface to be more compact and better organize more open tabs, especially with a new feature called Tab Groups.
Tab groups aim to offer a new way to easily store and manage related tabs, such as those used when planning trips or shopping, or groups can be used to store the tabs you visit daily.
In addition, a new tab design on macOS puts the active tabs in front and in the middle, so you can see more of the page as you scroll. At the same time, the new tab bar gets the color of the web page and combines tabs, the toolbar and the search box into a single compact look.
On the iPad, the new tabs and tabs work like on the Mac, with instant syncing across devices. On the iPhone, the new tab bar appears at the bottom of the thumb with a tap, and it is possible to swipe between them, or swipe up in a grid view.
Meanwhile, new extensions to tiliPhone and iPad also add to the original functionality of Apple’s browser, with shared code with existing Safari Web Extensions to make it easier for developers to create new ones.