How to stop Safari from changing colors in iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS 12


Safari in Apple iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 feels like a whole new browser in a lot of ways. And while I like Tab Groups, there’s one feature that I immediately didn’t really enjoy and wanted to disable. And fortunately, that’s very easy to do.

This new feature changes the color of the interface around the tabs, bookmark and navigation button areas in Safari, to match the color of the website you’re using. Sometimes this change doesn’t bother me, such as when Safari goes black while I’m reading a CNN article, but when it takes on a color like blue (seen above for CNBC, or on TweetDeck), it’s a bit jarring to my eye. 

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