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My safari browser has disappeared

I have tried syncing with my computer again. No Luck. I have tried downloading safari from the app store. I can't find it. Anybody have any ideas?

iPhone 4, iOS 5.1.1

Posted on May 30, 2012 1:42 PM

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Check Settings>General>Restrictions, make sure Safari is set to On. If it is, then look on all your screens and inside all your folders as Sarari can't be deleted. If you still can't find it go to Settings>General>Reset>Reset Home Screen Layout. This will restore the home screen to its original configuration but may move other apps around to do so.

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How to Fix the Safari Cannot Open the Page Error in Safari Web Browser

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It happens to us all. You're browsing contentedly in Safari, when suddenly Safari can't open the page you're trying to navigate to. So what causes this Apple Safari issue, and what can you do about it? We’ve laid out five easy ways to fix the Safari Cannot Open the Page error. Let's get started.

  • Easiest Fix for Safari Not Working on Mac, iPhone, or iPad
  • Safari Can’t Open Page? Extensions May Be to Blame
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  • Clear Safari Cache to Fix Safari Won't Load Issues
  • How to Fix Safari Cannot Open Page Error If Above Steps Didn’t Work

1. Easiest Fix for Safari Not Working on Mac, iPhone, or iPad

Whenever there are internet issues and Safari can’t open pages or Safari is not working on iPhone , it’s best to try the most straightforward fixes first, such as swiping between tabs to see if the issue persists on all webpages or just one. Start with these steps before you move on to the more involved troubleshooting options. If they don't work, don't worry! There are plenty of other ways to fix the Safari Cannot Open the Page error.

  • First, check your Wi-Fi or data connection. Sometimes a loss of connection happens briefly and then resolves on its own, or you may need to reconnect manually.

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  • If these methods fail, restart your iPhone or other Apple device, then try again.

If the above steps still haven't resolved the Safari Cannot Open the Page error, move on to the next section for further troubleshooting.

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2. Safari Can’t Open Page? Extensions May Be to Blame

While extensions are helpful sometimes, they may interrupt the connection to a website you’re trying to load, especially ad blockers or VPN extensions. You can  remove all your Safari extensions  or one or two and try to open pages again. Once you can open pages you’re trying to reach, you can re-enable the extensions using the same steps.

3. Safari Won’t Load? Anyone Can Do This Easy DNS Server Trick

Another common cause for the Safari Cannot Open Page error message is the DNS server, which helps your device connect to web pages correctly. If needed, you can manually change your DNS server in Settings to use Google’s DNS. This can sometimes help with the Safari Cannot Load Page error. Don't worry, it's easier than it sounds! For iPhone or iPad, use the steps below. To change DNS on Mac to Fix Safari issues, skip ahead .

How to Change DNS on iPhone or iPad

tap settings when safari not working on iphone

Try loading the page again and see if this helps. If not, skip to the next Safari troubleshooting step .

Fix Safari Cannot Open Page Error: Change DNS on Mac

open settings if safari not working on mac

In most cases, this will resolve your Safari Cannot Open Page error. If not, continue on to the next troubleshooting step.

4. Clear Safari Cache to Fix Safari Won't Load Issues

Another way to resolve the Safari cannot open the page error is to clear your Safari cache. Doing this saves valuable storage space and is key to fixing quite a few Apple Safari issues, but it does mean a little bit of extra work signing back into everything you used to be logged into online. Clear the Safari cache on iPhone or iPad and see if it helps. To clear teh cache in Safari on Mac, use the steps below.

click safari for safari web browser menu

Still having trouble with Safari loading? Read on.

5. How to Fix Safari Cannot Open Page Error If Above Steps Didn’t Work

If you're still getting the Safari Cannot Open the Page Error, you may need to use a different web browser, such as Chrome. If the webpage opens with another browser, the issue likely lies with Safari. If it does not open on any browser, it's probably a problem with the site itself, such as a temporary outage.

Hopefully these steps helped you fix Safari browser issues! Know of another trick we didn't cover here? we'd love to hear it in the comments below.

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Safari is the default web browser on every iPhone but there are times whenyou might find that Safari disappeared from iPhone. You might be wondering where did the app go and how could this happened, but there are actually numerous reasons accounting for its disappearance. Luckily though, Safari cannot be gone forever, and we've gotten some useful solutions here to put Safari back on iPhone 14/13/12/11.

  • Part 1. Situations Where Safari Disappeared from iPhone
  • Part 2. Common Solutions for Safari Disappeared from iPhone

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  • Part 4. Two Official Methodsto Recover LostSafari History or Bookmarks [Data Loss]

Situations Where Safari Disappeared from iPhone

Apple does not allow users to delete the stock apps that come on the iPhones out-of-the-box. Therefore, you cannot have removed Safari completely from iPhone. It's just that you may have hidden or moved it somewhere accidentally.

  • Often the case of Safari missing from iPhone is that the browser ends up in some other screen of the device or some other folder.
  • It might also get hidden if you accidentally disable it through therestrictions fuction in Settings.

Common Solutions for Safari Disappeared from iPhone

Here are some common ways for iPhone users to put Safari back in just a few minutes without harming the device. Try them to see if they work for you.

1 Search for Safari App on your iPhone

One of the quickest ways to find the Safari app is to use Search on your iPhone.

Step 1: Swipe down from the middle of your iPhone's home screen.

Step 2: A search bar will appear. Touch it and enter "Safari" in the search field. As the search results get updated in real-time, you will get suggestions as you type in the field.

Step 3: If you want to see more results, you can tap "Show More" . If the Safari app is hidden in any folder, the folder name will appear.

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2 Disable Restrictions on Safari

If Safari disappeared from iPhone, you might have restricted it in the Settings. You can easily recover it through some simple steps.

Step 1: Launch Settings of your device and choose Screen Time .

Step 2: Tap on Content & Privacy Restrictions and enter the passcode if asked.

Step 3: If this function is turned on, then tap on Allowed Apps . In the whole list of apps displayed, locate Safari and make sure it is set to "ON" so that all the restrictions imposed on Safari will be removed.

disable restrictions on safari

After those steps, Safari will be back on the Home screen again.

Step 1: Connect iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes.

Step 2: Click on the iPhone icon, then tap on Summary in the left sidebar menu.

Step 3: In this section, hit the button "Restore iPhone…" . After that you will find the Safari icon back on your iPhone.

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3 Reset Home Screen

If you still can't find Safari on iPhone, there is another method you can opt for. Trying to reset the home screen and getting the home screen layout to the original status will help you get back the app icon.

Step 1: Open Settings, tap on General and then Reset .

Step 2: From the list of options, choose "Reset Home Screen Layout" .

Step 3: After that, all the apps will go back to their default positions on the home screen and then you can easily find Safari.

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4 Restart Your iPhone/iPad

When you have done everything to get the Safari app icon back to your Home screen and if still, it does not reappear, then restart your iPhone and check.

For iPhone 8 or later models: Press the volume up and down button, then keep holding the power button down till Apple logo turns up on your screen.

For iPhone 7 or 7 Plus: Hold down the volume down button along with power button till the Apple logo flashes on your screen.

For iPhone 6s or earlier models: Keep holding the power and the home button down until Apple logo appears on your screen.

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The Perfect Solution for Safari History or Bookmarks Disappeared [No Data Loss]

More often than not, when people find that Safari gone from iPhone, they panic more when it comes to recovering the missing app data in their devices, especially the history and hookmarks. It can be really painful to search for all the favorite links and sites from the beginning. But don't worry, here is an amazing tool for you - iMyFone D-Back iPhone Data Recovery . This reliable tool is capable of helping yourecover Safari history and bookmarks in a safe and efficient way.

Why iMyFone D-Back?

  • It is an all-rounder which recovers the lost data in various scenarios , such as factory reset , accidental deletion , damaged/bricked iPhone and so on.
  • Provides 4 recovery modes to meet different needs.
  • Helps to recover lost data directly from iOS devices without backup .
  • Supports to selectively recover data from iTunes/iCloud backup without restoring.
  • Enable users to preview before recovery .
  • Data security is guaranteed and no data loss will happen.
  • Simple operating steps, requiring no technical knowledge .
  • Fully compatible with almost all iOS devices and versions, including iPhone 12/13 and iOS 14/15.

Steps to Recover Safari History/Bookmarks

Start by downloading and installing D-Back on computer.

Step 1. Choose a Recovery Mode

Select "Recover from iOS Device" from the list of tabs on the left and click on "Start" .

Recover from iOS Device Tab

Step 2. Scan the Files

Connect your device to your computer and click "Next" .

connect your device

Choose "Safari Bookmarks" or "Safari History" or both out of the various file types. Then click "Scan" .

select data types

Step 3. Preview and Recover

The program will start the scanning process. On completion, all the recoverable data will be displayed and you can have a preview freely. After that, choose what you need and tap on "Recover" .

preview Safari history

Of course, you can also choose to recover from iTunes or iCloud backup if you prefer. Either will work out well.

iMyFone D-Back provides free trial for everyone,which make it simple to view the recoverable datawith just a few simple clicks .Besides, we've gotten special sales for this excellent product. What are you waiting for? Go and get it!

Two Official Methodsto Recover LostSafari History or Bookmarks [Data Loss]

If you have backed up your device regularly, then you can recover the lost Safari data from iTunes or iCloud backup adopting the official methods. But there are indeed some obvious drawbacks one cannot ignore.

Restore from iTunes Backup

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer and open iTunes.

Step 2: Click "Restore Backup..." in the Summary section. Choose the most recent backup and click "Restore" . Keep the device connected until the process is completed.

recover from itunes backup

Restore from iCloud Backup

Step 1: Navigate to Settings > General > Reset and select "Erase All Contents and Settings" .

Step 2: Your iPhone will restart. Remember that on the Apps & Data screen, tap on "Restore from iCloud Backup" .

Step 3: Choose the backup which contains the lost Safari data and start restoring.

recover from iCloud backup

  • Restoring iTunes backup to your device will replace all current data on your device . Meanwhile, you are not allowed to preview the backup content so you may choose the wrong one to restore.
  • If you want to restore iCloud backup, you need to firstly erase all your contents and settings , which will make them unrecoverable. Like that of iTunes, you are not allowed to preview any of the iCloud backup content either.

When you find that Safari disappeared from iPhone, you can try the commonmethods in part 2 to put Safari back. As for recovering the lost Safari history or bookmarks, iMyFone D-Back is undoubtedly the best choice.

If you have any other methods to solveSafari missing from iPhone and how to put Safari back on iPhone issue, please let us know in the comments section.

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Safari is the default web browser on iPhone. And it's liked by most iPhone users because of its simple and clean interface and its great utility. But recently some users have reported that the Safari icon has disappeared from their iPhone Home screen, maybe after they update their iPhone to iOS 16 . They are eager to know how to add it back.

Are you also facing this issue and looking for a solution? Don't worry. Here in this article, we will tell you multiple methods to fix the Safari disappeared from iPhone issue and add the missing Safari icon back to your iPhone Home screen .

Safari disappeared from iPhone

Part 1. Why Did Safari Disappear from My iPhone?

Part 2. Find Disappeared Safari from Your iPhone

Method 1: Check All Screens and Folders

Method 2: Search for Disappeared Safari in App Library

Method 3: Look for Disappeared Safari Using Spotlight Search

Method 4: Remove Restrictions on Safari

Method 5: Check if Home Screen Page is Hidden

Method 6: Reset Home Screen

Bonus: How to Get Back Disappeared Safari History to iPhone Without Backup

Faqs about safari disappeared from iphone, part 1: why did safari disappear from my iphone.

Actually, although Safari icon disappeared from your iPhone, the Safari app is impossible to disappear from your iPhone. That's because iPhone doesn't allow users to remove the in-built applications. Following are the two main reasons why Safari icon disappeared from iPhone:

The Safari icon on iPhone may have been hidden or relocated in some folders or displayed on another screen.

It may be concealed if you deactivate it by mistake using the limitations option in Settings.

Part 2: Find Disappeared Safari from Your iPhone

No matter what has caused Safari disappeared from iPhone, we will provide 6 methods to help you solve this problem and add the missing Safari icon back to your iPhone Home screen.

1 Check All Screens and Folders

The initial approach you need to take is to look for the missing Safari icon on every Home screen of your iPhone. Check if the Safari app is hidden in a folder on one of the screen pages.

2 Search for Disappeared Safari in App Library

You could find and run the applications you frequently use in the App Library. So, there is some possibility that you could find the disappeared Safari in the App Library. Just go through all the home screens by swiping left and you will reach the App Library. All applications that are installed appear there, you can tap on the search box and type Safari to find it.

how to search for Safari in App Library on iPhone

3 Look for Disappeared Safari Using Spotlight Search

Another way to quickly find the disappeared Safari is to use the spotlight search of your iPhone. Swipe right past all the home screens and open up the Spotlight Search. Type Safari in the search box and the Safari app would appear in the search outcomes. This method apply to all app icons disappeared from iphone but still installed including Safari.

As soon as you find it, you could long-press the icon and pull it to the target screen.

how to search for Safari using Spotlight Search on iPhone

4 Remove Restrictions on Safari

You may have imposed limits on the Safari App, either mistakenly or on purpose, to block others from surfing the web or using your data on your iPhone. This setting might also get Safari icon disappeared from your iPhone Home screen.

Follow the steps below to get the missing Safari back::

Step 1. Go to Settings and click on Screen Time .

Step 2. Then, select Content & Privacy Restrictions . (If you have set up any passcode, you would be asked to enter that.)

content privacy restrictions on iPhone

Step 3. Choose the option of Allowed Apps .

Step 4. Toggle the switch to turn on the Safari if it's off.

remove restrictions on Safari

5 Check if Home Screen Page is Hidden

Are you finding that not only Safari, but also other App icons went missing? If that's the case, then perhaps one of the Home screen page is hidden.

Follow the instructions below to put Safari app back on iPhone:

Step 1. Open your iPhone's home screen and press and hold the page dots located at the bottom. Keep holding until thumbnails of your home screen pages appear.

Step 2. Identify the pages with checkmarks, as these are the enabled ones. Locate the page containing the Safari browser and tap the selection circle underneath it to activate it.

unhide iphone home screen page

6 Reset Home Screen

Another way to get back the Safari missing from iPhone is to reset your Home screen, and all of your applications will be displayed on their default positions. You can easily locate where your Safari App is.

Follow two simple steps below to get Safari icon missing back:

Step 1. Open Settings , click on General , and then tap on Reset .

Step 2. Select Reset Home Screen Layout .

reset home screen layout on iPhone

Hope that you have gotten back the disappeared Safari icon to your iPhone. You don't need to worry a lot when the Safari icon is missing. Just as we have mentioned, the app can't be removed, So, you are sure to find and add it back. But if you have lost the data such as browsing history and bookmarks in the Safari app, it could be a little difficult for you to come up with a solution to get them back.

However, you don't need to worry too much, either, as WooTechy iSeeker will come in handy whenever there is a need to recover your data. It is a powerful iPhone data recovery program and it could get back any lost data to your iPhone. It will retrieve the lost Safari history and bookmarks easily and quickly.

Key Features of iSeeker

It recovers 18 types of lost data like deleted Safari history , bookmarks , photos without backup .

It allows you selectively recover the needed files and lets you preview the files before recovery.

It ensures your data privacy during the whole recovery process.

It is compatible with iOS 16 and Apple devices.

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Recover the lost Safari history with the following 3 simple steps

Step 1. Download and install Wootechy iSeeker, select Recover from iOS device and then connect your device to your laptop/computer. After your iPhone is recognized by iSeeker, click on Next to continue the recovery procedure.

recover from iOS device

Step 2. Next, select Safari History from all the categories displayed on the screen hit the Scan option.

select and scan the data types you want to recover

Step 3. After the scan, you will be able to preview all the deleted or lost Safari history. Choose the needed ones and click on the Recover button.

scan and recover Safari history with iSeeker

Q1. How do I fix Safari missing after iOS update?

Restart your device, search for Safari, and ensure you're not using any restrictive settings.

Q2. Can I restore Safari from an iCloud backup?

Yes, if you have a backup, restoring your device might bring back Safari along with its data.

Q3. Is there a way to prevent Safari from disappearing in the future?

To prevent Safari from disappearing, it's a good practice to regularly back up your device through iCloud or iTunes.

Q4. What should I do if I can't find Safari after trying all troubleshooting steps?

If none of the troubleshooting steps work, you might consider resetting your iPhone's settings ( Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings ). This won't delete your data but will reset settings to default.

Q5. How to add Safari to Home Screen?

Adding Safari to home screen is pretty easy as follows:

Search for " Safari " using Spotlight.

Long-press the Safari icon in the search results.

Tap " Add to Home Screen ."

Final Words

The above-mentioned methods are some of the quickest and most successful ways for recovering Safari missing from iPhone. These approaches have basic steps that are simple to learn and implement.

In addition, the most convenient way to restore disappeared Safari history from iPhone is to install WooTechy iSeeker and cut out the hassle. It involves a user-friendly interface that eliminates complicated steps for using it. It also respects the confidentiality of your data throughout the process of recovery and does not destroy your existing data, hence, giving you the best experience.

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How To Find Your Missing Tabs In Safari

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While Apple spends a lot of time working on new updates, testing them with developers in the beta software program, and making sure bugs and errors are squashed, some can still make it through. One such bug causes tabs to go missing in Safari, Apple's web browser: while clearing Safari's cache can solve many problems with its performance, some glitches can be trickier to address. Recently, some Safari users have opened multiple tabs in Safari on their iPhone, iPad, or Mac, but then after a break have found all the tabs disappeared as if they've never been opened.

The root cause of the problem remains unknown. Sometimes, you might suspect Safari simply hid the tabs out of view. In other cases, Safari might close them altogether, perhaps because of a system setting you might not be aware of. The good news is, for whatever reason the error occurs, there are a few ways to recover your missing tabs on Safari, and most of them are pretty straightforward.

Check for the missing tabs in other Safari windows

If you are using Safari on iPadOS, your first step should be to check all the Safari windows. That's because, in newer versions of iPadOS, you can open multiple windows of the same application to perform different tasks simultaneously; sometimes, the web browser swaps the tabs in these windows. There are a few ways to view all the Safari windows on your iPad.

  • The simplest method to view all your Safari windows is to press and hold the Safari app icon on the home screen, and then select 'Show All Windows' from the options. This reveals all the Safari windows, and you can tap on one to open it and check the tabs.
  • The second method also opens all the Safari windows active on the iPad. All you need to do is open Safari, slide up from the bottom of the display to view the app Dock, and tap on Safari a second time. 
  • Finally, you can open the recent apps menu by double-tapping the Home button on the regular iPad, or sliding up to the center of the screen on the latest iPad Mini/Air/Pro. That will show all the Safari windows active at the time (via  appletoolbox ). 

If juggling multiple Safari windows is proving confusing, you can open any tab, press and hold the four-square icon at the top right, and then tap on 'Merge All Windows' to collate them into a single view.

Check in the Recently Closed Tabs list

It's not just iPad users who are affected: the missing tabs error has also appeared on Safari for iPhone and Mac. Sometimes, Safari closes its tabs when you end a browsing session and exit the application. Thankfully, the closed tabs in Safari are stored in a separate section that is easy to access. To open the list of Recently Closed Tabs on your iPhone, open Safari, tap the Tabs icon at the bottom right corner (the two overlapping squares), then tap and hold the '+' icon at the bottom. Here, you'll find the lost tabs if they were closed automatically.

It's worth checking the 'Close Tabs' option in Safari's settings on an iPhone, too. If you have been facing the missing tabs issue, there is a good chance that the Close Tabs frequency is set to 'After One Day' on your iPhone. Instead, select 'Manual' to keep your tabs intact (via Apple ). Similarly, if your device of choice is an iPad, open Safari, tap and hold the '+' icon at the top right corner, and check whether any of your missing tabs are in the recently-closed list. If you are losing tabs on your Mac, open the web browser and click on History to select Recently Closed. 

Your browsing history might be the last resort

If you still haven't been able to recover the missing tabs on Safari, this final method should help. Every time you access a website on the internet — as long as you're not in Private Browsing mode — Safari stores its address in your history. Even if you can't find your tabs in the web browser, there will be a record of the websites you've visited, assuming you haven't deleted it along with Safari's cookies . If you use an iPhone or an iPad, open Safari and tap on the book icon to select 'History'; you'll see a chronological list of all the websites you've opened recently, including those you could not access.

You can also use this method on Mac: open the web browser, click on 'History' on the menu bar, and select 'Show All History.' In addition to the list of visited sites, you can search for a particular website in the search bar, and double-click to open it. If you want to make doubly-sure you won't lose important tabs again, there's an easy way to save them from vanishing in the first place. In Safari, tap and hold the book icon and select 'Add Bookmarks for X Tabs,' where X represents the number of tabs. Later, you can open the whole group of tabs from the bookmark section (via MacRumors ).

Top 8 Ways to Fix Safari Not Loading Websites and Pages on Mac

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Thanks to the groundbreaking Apple M1 chip , the popularity of the Mac lineup is rising to new heights. On macOS, most users stick with what comes out of the box and that includes the Safari browser. While it gets the job done with a nice look and a good set of extension lists, sometimes, you run into websites not loading issues on the Safari browser. Mac not loading websites and pages mostly happens on Safari browser, sometimes due to Webkit. Before you go ahead and download Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge for macOS, do check out the troubleshooting guide below to fix the issue. 

Fix Safari on Mac Not Loading Websites Issue

There are many factors behind the strange behavior. We will go through some of the basic steps and jump to extreme actions only if it doesn’t solve the issue. 

1. Check Internet Connection

This one is obvious. You should check if the Mac is properly connected to the internet. A sketchy internet connection might interfere with the website loading performance. It’s especially true when you try to load heavy web pages with lots of images and videos in Safari. 

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Go to the macOS menu bar and click on the Wi-Fi icon. Make sure that it’s connected to the 5G network and not the 2.4G. I usually face this issue on my MacBook Air. Every now and then, my MacBook Air decides to connect to the 2.4G band and not the 5G band. The practice results in extremely long webpage loading times. 

2. Reset Router

Sometimes, the real culprit can be the router that you are using for the Wi-Fi connection. In such cases, you won’t be able to connect to the internet on any device, let alone loading websites on the Mac. 

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In such cases, you need to reset the router or upgrade the firmware to the latest version available. Try connecting to the internet and browse the web comfortably.

3. Disable Extensions

Extensions play a major role in any browser’s ecosystem. The Safari browser is no exception here. Apple tightly controls the whole experience and only allows legitimate extensions from the App Store. 

However, some extensions might go out of date or become incompatible with the new macOS version resulting in Safari not loading websites on Mac. 

It can be hard to determine which extension is causing Safari to not load pages. In such cases, you need to disable all extensions and try your luck with the web browser again. Follow the steps below. 

1. Open the Safari browser. 

2. Click on the Safari option in the Menu bar. 

3. Go to Preferences . 

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4. Move to the Extensions menu. 

5. On the right side, you will find all the installed extensions. 

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6. Select an extension one by one and use the Uninstall button from the right side to remove them. 

4. Uninstall AdBlocker

No, I’m not talking about the Adblocker extension in a browser . Many users opt for a system-wide adblocker such as AdLock to remove any kind of ads from the OS. 

These programs might affect the webpage performance on the device. If you are using such software then you need to uninstall the program.

Open the Finder menu on Mac. Go to the Applications option. Identify the culprit app and move it to the Trash . 

5. Disable VPN

VPN apps allow you to establish a secure and private network connection . Some websites might not be accessible from the selected VPN location. You need to disable VPN and try the website loading again. 

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Most VPN apps for Mac offer a shortcut through the menu bar. Click on the VPN icon in the menu bar and turn off the service. 

6. Clear Cache

A bad cache can ruin the day. It’s always advisable to clear cache and cookies from the browser at a regular interval. We are going to apply the same trick here to fix the website not loading issue on the Mac. Go through the steps below. 

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3. Go to the Clear History menu. 

4. The following menu will offer to delete all the browsing history along with cookies and related website data. 

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7. Update macOS

Safari not loading pages issue might be due to the recent macOS bug. Thankfully, Apple is quick to fix such annoyances. Go to the System Preferences > Software Update and install the latest macOS build. 

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8. Switch to a Chromium Browser

Chromium is a universally accepted rendering engine. Some websites are specifically designed keeping Chromium in mind. The Safari browser uses a Webkit rendering engine to load web pages. You can switch to the Safari rival such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge and try accessing the website again. 

Wrap Up: Safari in Mac Not Loading Websites

Go through the troubleshooting tips above and one of them should easily fix the website not loading on Mac issue. For me, the cache and VPN tricks work all the time to fix the website loading issues on Safari.

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Parth previously worked at EOTO.tech covering tech news. He is currently freelancing at TechWiser, Android Police, and GuidingTech writing about apps comparisons, tutorials, software tips and tricks, and diving deep into iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows platforms.

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Top 12 Ways to Fix Safari Not Working on iPhone and iPad

Apple’s ingenious web browser, Safari, was developed in 2003 and received many praises. However, Google responded with Chrome and many migrated to it as Safari had bugs . Although it has improved a lot over years, sometimes the web browser stops working. If you’re facing this issue, here’re twelve fixes for Safari not working on iPhone and iPad.

Safari Not Working on iPhone and iPad

Following are some of the most common methods that have worked to troubleshoot Safari. We recommend you try every method, except the Reset iPhone option which should be used as a last resort. We have provided detailed steps for each method, but let us start with the basics.

Why Is Safari Not Working On iPhone and iPad

Safari might not work for a lot of reasons, but the most common issue is the app not being able to connect to the internet. This is probably because you are not connected to a good internet connection, or there are a few misconfigurations on your iPhone settings that are preventing Safari from doing so.

Fortunately, there are a few effective methods to fix the issue. As you start reading the next section of this article, you will find a detailed procedure to fix Safari on your device.

How to Fix Safari Not Working on iPhone and iPad

Below are twelve easy methods to fix Safari. Most of these will resolve the issue within a few steps only, and therefore will not consume a lot of time.

We also came across a lot of users across forums suggesting toggling a few features off/on to fix the issue. So, let us take a look at all of these methods in detail. We can start by simply trying to restart the device

1. Restart iPhone or iPad

Simply trying to restart your device will fix most issues, and it can probably fix Safari not working as well. Here’s how you can restart your iPhone or iPad.

Step 1:  First, shut down your device.

  • On iPhone X and above : Press and hold the volume down and the side button.
  • On iPhone SE 2nd or 3rd gen, 7, and 8 series : Press and hold the side button.
  • On iPhone SE 1st gen, 5s, 5c, or 5 : Hold the power button at the top.
  • On iPad : Hold the power button at the top.

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Step 2:  Now, drag the power slider to turn off the device.

Step 3:  Next, turn on your device by pressing and holding the power button on your iPhone.

If it’s a software issue, restarting the device should fix your Safari not working issue. If it doesn’t, try tweaking a few settings shown in the next few fixes and see if they help.

2. Turn off Safari Suggestions

We’re not entirely sure how this fixes the issue, but a lot of users reported that doing this restored the functionality of their browser. Here’s how you can turn off Safari Search Suggestions on iPhone or iPad.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and open Safari

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Step 2: Toggle off ‘Search Engine Suggestions’.

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That is how you can disable Search Engine Suggestions. If the issue persists, you need to check if Safari is limited by any Screen Time settings.

3. Edit Your Screen Time Settings

To provide digital well-being controls to the user, Apple has an option to set a limit to the duration of any app being used. If you’ve enabled Screen Time for Safari , it cannot be used once you exhaust the set limit. Here’s how you can remove the limit to ensure Safari works as usual on iPhone.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select Screen Time.

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Step 2: You need to select App Limits.

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Step 3: Safari will show up in this list if there is a limit for it. Tap on it, and select Delete Limit.

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This ensures that you do not have any limits set on using Safari. You now need to check if there is a network limit set on Safari.

4. Check Cellular Settings for Safari

If you have turned off cellular data access for Safari, and are trying to use Safari on mobile data, it won’t work. Therefore, you need to remove the restrictions. Here’s how you can do it.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select Cellular.

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Step 2: Scroll down to find Safari. Turn on the toggle to give Safari access to cellular connectivity.

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If the issue persists, perhaps it is time you now try and clear all browsing data from Safari.

5. Clear Safari History and Data

If you have been using Safari for a long time, it will accumulate a lot of website data. This can slow down Safari and affect the web browsing performance. Hence, it is a good practice to clear browsing history and cache from Safari every fortnight. Here’s how you can do it.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select Safari.

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Step 2: Tap on ‘Clear History and Website Data’ and select ‘Clear History and Data’ to confirm. This will delete your browsing history, stored cache, cookies, and saved passwords.

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6. Check Network Connectivity

As mentioned earlier, a major reason why Safari does not work on iPhone and iPad is due to a lack of connectivity. Here’s how you can ensure that you are connected to a good network on your device.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select Wi-Fi.

Step 2: Now, check if the Wi-Fi network you are connected to has full strength, and does not show errors like ‘Not Connected to Internet’ or ‘Weak Security’.

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If you are operating on mobile data, the connection needs to either be on 4G or 5G running on strong signal strength.

Step 2: Ensure the toggle is on for Cellular Data. Also, ensure that the network is connected to 4G/5G and has a good signal strength.

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Step 3: If you can’t connect to a 4G or 5G network despite having a plan for the same, tap on ‘Cellular Data Options’.

Step 4: Now, tap on ‘Voice & Data’. Select 4G or 5G as your default network.

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7. Turn Off Hide IP Address From Trackers

The ‘Hide IP Address From Trackers’ option ensures that your IP address is not provided to any browser trackers. To know more, you can read our article on trackers on Safari . However, this causes a few issues that might cause Safari to not work on iPhone and iPad.

Here’s how you can disable this feature.

Step 2: Tap on ‘Hide IP Address’.

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Step 3: Select Off, if not already.

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Another feature on Safari that might cause a few errors are extensions. Here’s you you can disable them to fix Safari not working on iPhone and iPad.

8. Check Safari Extensions

While Safari extensions on iPhone help expand functionality, not all extensions are stable and some might cause issues with your web browsing experience. Here’s how you can turn off an extension.

Note : The extension we are using to show you the steps is just an example. By no means we are stating that this extension is causing issues.

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Step 2: Now, tap on Extensions.

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Step 3: Now, select the extension, and toggle it off.

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This is how you can turn off extensions to ensure they are not the means of any problem. However, sometimes disabled JavaScript can also affect Safari. Let’s understand this in detail in the next section.

9. Enable JavaScript

JavaScript is a crucial element in websites that enables interactive content. If you disable it, you won’t see any images, videos, or other media content on a website. Thus, it can prevent Safari from responding on iPhone. Here’s how you can turn JavaScript on.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on Advanced.

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Step 3: Ensure to turn on the toggle for JavaScript.

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That is how you enable JavaScript and ensure all kinds of websites work fine on Safari. If this does not work too, you need to check if your device is connected to a VPN network and if this prevents Safari to operate normally.

10. Disable VPN

VPN is a private network that hides your IP address while browsing the web. However, if you don’t connect to a VPN using a reliable service, you will face low speeds while browsing on Safari. Therefore, you can turn off the VPN connection.

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select General.

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Step 2: Tap on ‘VPN & Device Management’ and ensure that the VPN status remains ‘Not Connected’.

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If none of the above methods work, you can try some generic methods that help resolve most issues on iPhone and iPad, you can check if there is any software update for your iPhone.

11. Update Your iPhone and iPad

Apple ensures to fix issues faced by a lot of users through a software update. Therefore, it is best to remain on the latest version of iOS. Here’s how you can do the same.

Step 2: Tap on Software Update and select Download and Install. This will download and install the latest iOS update for your iPhone and iPad.

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If this does not work either, you can probably try and reset your iPhone or iPad as a last resort.

12. Reset All Settings

Resetting your iPhone has a good probability of fixing any issue, and it goes the same for Safari not working as well. Here’s how you can Reset your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on Transfer or Reset.

Step 3: Select Reset.

Step 4: Now, you can select Reset Network Settings to restore all original settings related to the network, i.e Wi-Fi settings, cellular Settings, saved passwords, etc.

If that does not work, you can select Reset All Settings. However, this will restore all your iPhone settings to default. This will not erase any of your data.

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Step 5: If this does not work too, you can try to completely erase your iPhone and start afresh. You can tap on the ‘Erase All Content and Settings’ option on the reset page.

Now, follow the on-screen instructions to erase and reset your iPhone. However, since it wipes your phone, we suggest you take a full backup of your iPhone and iPad .

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This, as mentioned earlier, should only be tried as a last resort as you’ll have to set up your iPhone or iPad as a new device.

Get Safari Working Again With these methods

That is all you need to know about trying to fix Safari not working on iPhone or iPad. We hope you found these methods helpful. Realistically speaking, it will most probably be an issue with your network connectivity, or from the website’s end. We hope your Safari is up and running soon.

Last updated on 28 March, 2023

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Supreeth is passionate about technology and dedicates himself to helping people figure it out. An engineer by education, his understanding of the inner workings of each device is what ensures he provides top-quality assistance, tips, and recommendations. When away from the desk, you will find him traveling, playing FIFA, or hunting for a good movie.

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Browse the web using Safari on iPhone

safari web browser missing

View websites with Safari

You can easily navigate a webpage with a few taps.

Get back to the top: Double-tap the top edge of the screen to quickly return to the top of a long page.

See more of the page: Turn iPhone to landscape orientation.

Refresh the page: Pull down from the top of the page.

the Share button

Preview website links

Touch and hold a link in Safari to see a preview of the link without opening the page. To open the link, tap the preview, or choose Open.

To close the preview and stay on the current page, tap anywhere outside the preview.

A preview of the destination URL followed by a list of possible actions: Open, Open in New Tab, Open in Tab Group, Download Linked File, Add to Reading List, and Copy Link.

Translate a webpage or image

When you view a webpage or image that’s in another language, you can use Safari to translate the text (not available in all languages or regions).

the Page Settings button

Add Safari back to your Home Screen

If you don’t see Safari on your Home Screen, you can find it in App Library and add it back.

On the Home Screen, swipe left until you see the App Library.

Enter “Safari” in the search field.

the Safari app icon

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How to Find Missing Safari Icon on iPhone or iPad

By: Waseem Patwegar

It can be quite frustrating to find Safari browser missing on iPhone, just when you wanted to look for something on the internet. You can find below the steps to fix the issue of Missing Safari Icon on iPhone or iPad.

Find Missing Safari Icon On iPhone or iPad

Safari Disappeared from iPhone Home Screen

When Safari Icon disappears from the Home screen on iPhone, most users start thinking about the possibility of the Safari App being accidentally deleted by them or by someone with access to their device.

However, this is never the case as Apple prevents users from deleting essential Apps and Safari happens to be one of the most essential native Apps that cannot be deleted from an Apple device.

In most cases, the problem of Missing Safari Icon ends up being due to the Safari App being accidentally moved to one of the Home Screens or being hidden in a Folder on the App Library screen.

A less common reason for Safari Icon missing or disappearing from the Home screen on iPhone or iPad is due to the Safari App being restricted by Screen Time Settings.

1. Check All Home Screens & Folders

As mentioned above, the most common reason for Safari Icon missing on iPhone or iPad is due to the Safari App being accidentally moved to another Home Screen or a Folder.

Hence, the first step would be to carefully go through all the Home screens on your device and look for Safari App. Also, go through all Folders and make sure that Safari Icon is not hiding in a Folder on your device.

2. Search For Safari Browser On iPhone

Follow the steps below to ask your iPhone to look for the Missing Safari App Icon.

1. Bring up the Search bar on the Home screen of your iPhone ( Swipe down or Swipe left , depending on the model of your iPhone).

2.  Type Safari in the Search bar and this should bring up Safari App in the search results.

Search for Safari on iPhone

3. Tap & Hold the Safari Icon , drag it upwards slightly and release the finger to place Safari Icon back on the Home Screen of your device.

Note: Even if Safari App is hidden in a Folder, you will see the name of the Folder in which the Safari App Icon is hidden on your device.

3. Look For Safari in App Library

If you had accidentally removed Safari from the Home screen, it should be available in the App Library on your iPhone.

1. Swipe Left on the Home screen of your iPhone, until you reach the App Library screen.

2. On App Library screen, type Safari in the Search bar and you should find Safari appearing in the Search results.

3. Once Safari appears in the search results, tap and hold on Safari Icon and select Add to Home Screen option.

Add Safari to Home Screen on iPhone

This should immediately bring the Safari Icon back on the Home Screen of your device.

4. Unhide Home Screen

Another possibility is that you may have accidentally moved Safari to another Home screen and also hidden that Home Screen.

1. Tap & Hold on the Dots located on the Home Screen of your iPhone.

2. Look for Safari Icon in the Thumbnails and tap below the Thumbnail that contains the Safari Icon (if it does not have the check mark).

Unhide iPhone Home Screen Containing Safari Icon

3. This will unhide the Screen containing Safari Icon and you will find Safari back on the Home screen of your iPhone.

5. Reset Home Screen

An easy way to get native Apps like Safari back to their default position on the Home screen of iPhone or iPad is to Reset the Home Screen.

1. Go to Settings >  General > Transfer or Reset iPhone and tap the Reset  option.

Reset Option On iPhone

2. On the Reset Screen, select Reset Home Screen Layout option.

Reset Home Screen Layout option in iPhone

As mentioned above, resetting the Home Screen should bring back the Safari Icon to its usual position on the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.

6. Disable Restrictions on Safari App

You may have accidentally or intentionally placed restrictions on Safari App, in order to prevent the possibility of your children accessing the internet and using up all your data.

1.  Open  Settings > Go to Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Allowed Apps .

2. On Allowed Apps screen, move the toggle next to Safari to  ON  position.

Camera App Allowed On iPhone

Note: If you are using Screen Time Passcode , you will be prompted to enter Screen Time Passcode.

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8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad or iPhone

Safari is the default web browser on iPhone. iPhone users like safari because of its great utility and simple interface. But many people have faced Safari app disappeared from iPad or Safari icon missing on iPhone issue. If you are also one of those who have also come across this problem then don’t worry because, in this article, we will discuss the causes as well as the fixes of this issue.

8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad

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How to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad or iPhone

Continue reading to know about the solutions for Safari icon missing on iPhone problem.

Where Safari App Disappeared From iPad?

To know where Safari app disappeared from iPad or Safari icon disappeared iPhone read the points mentioned below. It is not possible that you lost safari app on iPhone because iPhone does not allow its users to remove the in-built apps.

  • The safari app on your device might be relocated or hidden in one of the folders or might be visible on another home screen.
  • If you deactivate it by mistake by using the limitations option in settings, then it may get concealed.

How to Find Lost Safari App On iPhone or iPad

To find Safari app disappeared from iPad or Safari icon missing on iPhone you can opt for any of the methods discussed by us to fix this issue.

Method 1: Restart Device

You can find the disappeared safari app on your iPhone or iPad if you restart your device as it gives a soft reset to it. When you restart your device then it can fix the errors or issues taking place in your device.

1. First, Press and hold either the volume button and the side button simultaneously till the time slide to power-off slider appears on the screen.

2. After that, Drag the red and white slider from left to right to turn off your device.

slide to power off button

3. Then, hold on for 30 seconds for your device to shut down completely.

4. Finally, press and hold the side button till the time the Apple logo appears on the screen. Your device will turn on after some time.

Method 2: Go Through All Folders and Screens

You can look for the safari icon that has disappeared on every home screen of your device. Also, check if the safari app is hidden or relocated in some folders on the screen pages.

Also Read:   Fix Safari This Connection is Not Private

Method 3: Use App Library

It might also be possible that you are able to find the missing safari app in the App library. To go to the App library, follow the given steps.

1. First, go through all the home screens on your device by swiping left and you will be able to locate App Library .

app library. 8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad

2. Then tap on the search box and type safari to find the lost safari app.

Method 4: Use Spotlight Search

Another quick way to find a lost safari app on iPhone or safari app disappeared from iPad is by using spotlight search on your device.

1. First, swipe right on all the home screens and open the spotlight search option on your device.

spotlight search option

2. After that, in the search box type safari so that the safari app comes in the search outcomes.

Also Read: 5 Ways to Fix Safari Won’t Open on Mac

Method 5: Remove Restrictions on Safari

When you impose restrictions on the safari app to avoid other people from surfing the web or using your data on your device then this can also disappear the safari app from the home screen of your iPhone. So, abide by the steps given below to get back the disappeared safari app.

1. First, navigate to the Settings app on your device.

move to settings. 8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad

2. Then, tap on the Screen Time option.

tap on screen time option

3. After that, choose the Content & Privacy Restrictions option.

choose the content & privacy restrictions

4. Consequently, select the Allowed Apps option.

select allowed apps button. 8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad

5. Finally, toggle on the Safari option.

toggle on safari option

Method 6: Reset Home Screen

Another way to find the lost safari app is to reset your home screen. To reset the home screen on your device, follow the steps given below.

1. First, go to the Settings app on your device.

move to settings. 8 Ways to Fix Safari App Disappeared from iPad

2. Consequently, select the General option.

click general

3. Then, tap on Reset .

tap on reset

4. Finally, choose the Reset Home Screen Layout option.

Also Read: Fix App Store Missing on iPhone

Method 7: Open Through Apple Store

If by mistake you have uninstalled the safari app from your device which then becomes missing, then you can check the Apple Store.

Search App Store iPhone

Method 8: Reset Your Device Using iTunes

If you reset your device using iTunes then also you can locate the disappeared Safari app from your device. To reset the device using iTunes follow the steps given below.

1. First, connect your device to a computer using a USB cable .

2. Then, open iTunes on your computer and choose your device on the left pane under Devices .

open the iTunes app on your PC or laptop

3. After that, click on Summary > Restore .

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. How to get Safari back on iPhone 11?

Ans. You can get back the lost safari app on your iPhone 11 by opting for the methods discussed by us above.

Q2. How do I get safari back on my home screen?

Ans. You can get back safari back on your home screen by trying out methods like removing restrictions on safari, reset the home screen, checking your all folders and home screens and more. Various methods have been elaborated by us above so you can follow them to get back your safari app.

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I hope this article was helpful as we have discussed how to find Safari app disappeared from iPad or iPhone . You can check our page for updates as we keep coming up with insightful information. If you have any suggestions or queries comment below.

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4 Ways to get Hidden Browser Toolbars Back

Last Updated: January 31, 2023 Fact Checked

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Where did your toolbars go? Here's what you can do to get your toolbars back in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari. Since mobile browsers don't allow for additional toolbars, you cannot perform these steps on mobile. This wikiHow article shows you how to restore a missing toolbar in your computer's web browser.

Things You Should Know

  • Get out of full-screen mode if you're opening your browsers in it. To do this, press "F11" or "Fn + F11" (Windows) or click the green circle in the top left corner of your browser (Mac).
  • Make sure the toolbar's extension is enabled. Go to "Extensions" and check to see if the toolbar is listed there or if it is enabled.
  • If all else fails, run a virus scan to make sure your system isn't buggy due to an infection.

Step 1 Make sure that you aren't using Chrome in full-screen mode.

  • Windows - Press F11 (or Fn + F11 ).
  • Mac - Hover your mouse at the top of the screen, then click the green circle in the top-left corner of the screen when it appears.

Step 2 Enable the toolbar's extension.

  • Click the three-line menu icon (also called the hamburger icon) in the top right corner of your screen, then click More tools > Extensions .
  • If you can't find the toolbar that you want from this list, you may first have to reinstall the extension .
  • Check the " Enabled " box to the right of the toolbar extension, then check the "Allow in incognito" box below the toolbar if you want to use the toolbar in incognito mode.

Step 3 Enable the bookmarks bar.

  • Select Bookmarks
  • Click Show bookmarks bar

Step 4 Run a virus scan.

  • You can also click Show Path Bar and Show Tab Bar here if you're missing the URL text box or the tab view at the top of Safari.
  • If you see Hide Toolbar here instead, click Hide Toolbar and then click Show Toolbar to re-activate it.

Step 4 Customize your toolbar.

  • Click Customize Toolbar...
  • Click and drag items from the menu up onto the toolbar.

Step 5 Run a virus scan.

  • Windows - Press F11 (or Fn + F11 ) to exit full-screen mode.

Step 2 Click ☰.

  • Click View (on Windows, press the Alt key first)
  • Select Toolbars
  • Click a toolbar that you want to enable (e.g., Bookmarks Toolbar )
  • Repeat for remaining toolbars if needed.

Step 9 Customize your toolbar.

  • Click Customize...
  • Make sure that "Toolbars" is selected in the drop-down menu at the bottom of the page.
  • Click and drag toolbar options from the middle of the page to the upper-right side of the window.

Step 10 Run a virus scan.

  • You can repeat this process for other missing or hidden toolbars by clicking the "Back" arrow in the top-left side of the menu and then selecting a different service.

Step 5 Run a virus scan.

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Safari is the best way to experience the internet on all your Apple devices. It brings robust customization options, powerful privacy protections, and optimizes battery life — so you can browse how you like, when you like. And when it comes to speed, it’s the world’s fastest browser. 1

Performance

More with the battery. less with the loading..

With a blazing-fast JavaScript engine, Safari is the world’s fastest browser. 1 It’s developed to run specifically on Apple devices, so it’s geared to make the most out of your battery life and deliver long-lasting power.

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Increased performance

We’re always working to make the fastest desktop browser on the planet even faster.

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Improved power efficiency

Safari lets you do more online on a single charge.

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Up to 4 hours more streaming videos compared with Chrome 3

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Up to 17 hours of video streaming 3

Best-in-class browsing

Safari outperforms both Mac and PC browsers in benchmark after benchmark on the same Mac. 4

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JavaScript performance on advanced web applications. 4

Safari vs. other Mac browsers

Safari on macOS

Chrome on macOS

Edge on macOS

Firefox on macOS

Safari vs. Windows 11 browsers

Chrome on Windows 11

Edge on Windows 11

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Rendering performance of animated content. 4

Web application responsiveness. 4

4K video streaming

See your favorite shows and films in their best light. Safari supports in-browser 4K HDR video playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Apple TV+. 5 And it runs efficiently for longer-lasting battery life.

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Privacy is built in.

Online privacy isn’t just something you should hope for — it’s something you should expect. That’s why Safari comes with industry-leading privacy protection technology built in, including Intelligent Tracking Prevention that identifies trackers and helps prevent them from profiling or following you across the web. Upgrading to iCloud+ gives you even more privacy protections, including the ability to sign up for websites and services without having to share your personal email address.

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Intelligent Tracking Prevention

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Safari stops trackers in their tracks.

What you browse is no one’s business but your own. Safari has built‑in protections to help stop websites and data-collection companies from watching and profiling you based on your browsing activity. Intelligent Tracking Prevention uses on‑device intelligence to help prevent cross‑site tracking and stops known trackers from using your IP address — making it incredibly difficult to learn who you are and what you’re interested in.

Privacy Report

Safari makes it simple to see how your privacy is protected on all the websites you visit. Click Privacy Report in the Safari menu for a snapshot of cross-site trackers currently prevented from profiling you on the website you’re visiting. Or view a weekly Privacy Report to see how Safari protects you as you browse over time.

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Customization

Putting the you in url..

Safari is more customizable than ever. Organize your tabs into Tab Groups so it’s easy to go from one interest to the next. Set a custom background image and fine-tune your browser window with your favorite features — like Reading List, Favorites, iCloud Tabs, and Siri Suggestions. And third-party extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac let you do even more with Safari, so you can browse the way you want across all your devices.

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Safari Profiles allow you to separate your history, extensions, Tab Groups, favorites, cookies, and more. Quickly switch between profiles for topics you create, like Personal and Work.

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Web apps let you save your favorite websites to the Dock on Mac and to the Home Screen on iPhone and iPad. A simplified toolbar and separate settings give you an app-like experience.

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Safari Extensions add functionality to your browser to help you explore the web the way you want. Find and add your favorite extensions in the dedicated Safari category on the App Store.

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Save and organize your tabs in the way that works best for you. Name your Tab Groups, edit them, and switch among them across devices. You can also share Tab Groups — making planning your next family trip or group project easier and more collaborative.

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Smart Tools

Designed to help your work flow..

Built-in tools create a browsing experience that’s far more immersive, intuitive, and immediate. Get detailed information about a subject in a photo with just a click, select text within any image, instantly translate an entire web page, and quickly take notes wherever you are on a site — without having to switch apps.

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Notes is your go-to app to capture any thought. And with the Quick Note feature, you can instantly jot down ideas as you browse websites without having to leave Safari.

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Translation

Translate entire web pages with a single click. You can also get translations for text in images and paused video without leaving Safari.

Interact with text in any image or paused video on the web using functions like copy and paste, translate, and lookup. 6

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Visual Look Up

Quickly learn more about landmarks, works of art, breeds of dogs, and more with only a photo or an image you find online. And easily lift the subject of an image from Safari, remove its background, and paste it into Messages, Notes, or other apps.

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Surf safe and sound.

Strong security protections in Safari help keep you safe. Passkeys introduce a safer way to sign in. iCloud Keychain securely stores and autofills passkeys and passwords across all your devices. Safari also notifies you when it encounters suspicious websites and prevents them from loading. Because it loads each web page in a separate process, any harmful code is always confined to a single browser tab so it won’t crash the entire application or access your data. And Safari automatically upgrades sites from HTTP to the more secure HTTPS when available.

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Passkeys introduce a more secure and easier way to sign in. No passwords required.

Passkeys are end-to-end encrypted and safe from phishing and data leaks, and they are stronger than all common two-factor authentication types. Thanks to iCloud Keychain, they work across all your Apple devices, and they even work on non-Apple devices.

Learn more about passkeys

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Apple Pay and Wallet make checkout as easy as lifting a finger.

Apple Pay is the easiest and most secure way to shop on Safari — allowing you to complete transactions with Face ID or Touch ID on your iPhone or iPad, with Touch ID on your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, or by double-clicking the side button on your Apple Watch.

Learn more about Apple Pay

With AutoFill, you can easily fill in your previously saved credit card information from the Wallet app during checkout. Your credit card details are never shared, and your transactions are protected with industry-leading security.

Same Safari. Different device.

Safari works seamlessly and syncs your passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs, and more across Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. And when your Mac, iOS, or iPadOS devices are near each other, they can automatically pass what you’re doing in Safari from one device to another using Handoff. You can even copy images, video, or text from Safari on your iPhone or iPad, then paste into another app on your nearby Mac — or vice versa.

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When you use Safari on multiple devices, your tabs carry over from one Apple device to another. So you can search, shop, work, or browse on your iPhone, then switch to your iPad or Mac and pick up right where you left off.

Save web pages you want to read later by adding them to your Reading List. Then view them on any of your iCloud-connected devices — even if you’re not connected to the internet.

iCloud Keychain securely stores your user names, passkeys, passwords, and credit card numbers and keeps them up to date on your trusted devices. So you can easily sign in to your favorite websites — as well as apps on iOS and iPadOS — and quickly make online purchases.

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Designed for developers.

Deep WebKit integration between Mac hardware and macOS allows Safari to deliver the fastest performance and the longest battery life of any browser on the platform, while supporting modern web standards for rich experiences in the browser. WebKit in macOS Sonoma includes optimizations that enable even richer browsing experiences, and give developers more control over styling and layout — allowing for more engaging content.

Make Safari your default browser

Customize your start page, view your browsing privacy report, monitor your saved passwords, use apple pay in safari, view your tabs across all your devices, read the safari user guide, get safari support.

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