Disable Website Tinting in Safari on iOS 15

In iOS 15, Apple introduced a series of changes to the iPhone's own web browser, Safari. Some of those changes have been controversial, such as the decision to move the URL address bar to the bottom of the screen, but other improvements seem to have been more positively received. Apple has finally provided options so that users can customize the browser to suit their preferences.

One of those options is the ability to disable the Website Tinting feature. Tinting works when the color of the Safari interface changes around tabs, bookmarks, and navigation button areas to match the color of the web page you're viewing.

The idea behind this feature is to allow the browser interface to blend into the background and create a more immersive experience. However, this effect is not suitable for everyone. Fortunately, Apple has included an option to turn this feature off, for those who find it unnecessary.

1. Launch the Settings app on the ‌iPhone‌.

2. Scroll down and tap Safari.

3. In the Tabs section, turn off the switch next to Allow Website Tinting On . On iPadOS 15, this option is called Show Color in Tab Bar .

In previous versions of iOS, Apple included a "Show Color in Tab Bar" accessibility setting, which essentially has the same effect as the new "Allow Website Tinting" toggle. This shows that Apple wants to make this option more widely known and change the inherent mindset of users.

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