The new iOS 13 comes with a lot of handful features that include some meaningful changes in the Safari browser. In the Safari browser for iOS 13, it has a new Website View menu that comes with some useful options for browsing web pages. It makes less challenging for the user to navigate through the webpages.
This new website menu includes one-tap settings that let you change text size options, request the desktop version of a website, and many more. Out of most of the things in the new Website View, one of the most interesting features is the Hide Toolbar option.
In the previous version of iOS, Safari hides the top and bottom toolbars when scrolling down a web page. To get these toolbars back, one of have to either tap on the URL or swipe down on the page. But in iOS 13, Safari hides the toolbar completely when navigating the web, which gives a more pleasant experience.
Although this Hide Toolbar option can be easily triggered by someone who has gone through each of the corners of the Safari in iOS 13, it might be tricky to find for the new one. For those who haven’t got this option yet on the Safari, they can follow the given steps.
Step 1: Launch the Safari app and visit any website.
Step 2: At the top of the Safari interface, there will be “aA” icon in the upper left corner of the screen. Tap on this icon.
Step 3: Simply select the Hide Toolbar option from the drop-down menu.
This will immediately shrink the toolbar and will just show the URL at the top of the interface. You can re-instate that toolbar anytime by tapping the mini URL bar at the top of the screen.
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