iPhone Tips: Easily move Safari URL Address Bar Up and Down

Change it directly from Safari and just two-taps away.

With the introduction of iOS 15, Apple made notable changes to its mobile Safari experience. The URL address is by default located at the bottom of the screen. Originally, the only way to switch Safari URL address back to top is by going into Settings. I wrote in detail how you can do that, do check here: Here’s how to move the Safari URL address bar permanently back to the top at JILAXZONE.

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Changing Safari URL Address Bar location via Settings

However with iOS 15.2, Apple now made it easy to switch back and forth the Safari URL address bar from top or bottom or the other way around, directly from Safari while you are browsing by just 2-taps away. Here’s how.

  • This article shares the simple steps to move your Safari URL Address Bar to the top or bottom of the screen.
  • Although the article is written for iPhone (and iOS), but the same steps work as well for iPad (and iPadOS) as well as iPod Touch.
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Did you know that starting with iOS 15, you don’t have to keep using Safari as your default browser? You can make Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or other browser as your default browser.
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Here’s how you can easily move Safari URL Address Bar to the top or bottom of the screen

Follow these steps to move your Safari URL Address bar to suit your liking – either top or bottom.

1) On your iPhone and while Safari is opened, tap on the “aA” icon located on the left side of Safari URL address bar.

2) When a menu pops-up, tap either “Show Top Address Bar” (if your address bar is currently at the bottom of the screen) or “Show Bottom Address Bar” (if your address bar is currently at the top of the screen) to move the Safari URL Address Bar either to top or to the bottom of the screen.

That’s it. Simple isn’t it?


Bring it all together

You have just learned how easy it is to move Safari URL address bar up and down, so now you can adjust it to your liking, even while browsing. In case you encounter any difficulties and / or have questions, feel free to reach me via the comment section down below. I’ll be happy to assist!

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