Big Changes to Safari
The Safari app for Mac, iPad, and iPhone will feature some new changes as well. First, on Mac and iPad, the Safari app will have a more minimal design with smaller tabs and no other buttons on top. Instead, it’ll only feature a More button where you can find things like the Share button or for opening a new tab. On iPhone, the tab bar will appear only when you tap on it, so you’ll see more of the web page, and you’ll be able to use gestures to switch between your other tabs.
Apple also introduced Tab Groups, which is a new way to store and organize specific tabs on all your devices. That way, you can save the tabs you were using for a trip or for cooking a new recipe. Group tabs will be available across all your devices, and you’ll be able to edit them in any device.
Finally, web extensions are coming to iPad and iPhone. Before, you could only have extensions on a Mac, but now developers will be able to move them to the mobile version of Safari. And users will be able to choose on which pages they want to use their extensions as they do on Mac.
macOS 12 Monterey is available in its beta version right now, and the public version will be available this fall.