How to Update Pages in iPhone Safari Using Gestures

If you are already a user familiar with Safari then do iPhoneYou are used to updating the page opened by the corresponding button in the address bar, aren’t you? Starting with iOS 15, Apple Work made even easier with the new gesture feature.

How to Use Gestures to Refresh the Page in Safari

The best way to be more productive when using an app is to get to know them. To quickly refresh a page in Safari on Mac, just press the button Command + R. On iPhone it’s even easier, you just need to use a finger gesture to reload a website. See how to do it below.

Swipe to pull down the screen

Open a page in iPhone Safari. Then slide your finger down and drag the screen until the dashed circle completes a full circle. Ok, the page will refresh automatically.

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Pull down the screen to activate the gesture refresh feature – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltec)

The process is very similar to the gesture in Google Chrome to reload a page or refresh your Twitter feed. Over time, you should forget that there is still a reload button in the address bar. Enjoy!

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