How to Open Safari Pages in the Background

This guide will show you how to prevent your iOS device from taking to to the new link's page automatically.

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How to Open Safari Pages in the Background
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Here's a common pet peeve: you click on a link...

Here's a common pet peeve: you click on a link...

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...and you are automatically taken to the next page. What if you don't need that page at this moment, but want to have it up and running?

...and you are automatically taken to the next page. What if you don't need that page at this moment, but want to have it up and running?

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Go to Settings.

Go to Settings.

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Go to Safari.

Go to Safari.

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Go to Open Links.

Go to Open Links.

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Press In Background.

Press In Background.

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Now, hold down the link you want.

Now, hold down the link you want.

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This will pop up. Press Open In Background.

This will pop up. Press Open In Background.

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Now, press that little square in the corner.

Now, press that little square in the corner.

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The link is on a new page, and loaded at that. That way, you won't be interrupted from your current page.

The link is on a new page, and loaded at that. That way, you won't be interrupted from your current page.

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