If you work on your iPad with an external keyboard then you know that only a small handful of keyboard shortcuts actually work. However, Tao of Mac points out that the latest version of Safari has added a couple of handy shortcuts for navigation.
Safari now supports a few standard keyboard shortcuts:
- CMD+L to go to the URL bar (which also brings up in-page search).
- CMD+T to open a new tab.
- CMD+W to close a tab.
It’s not life-changing by any means, but if you write in your browser on the iPad or you just keep your keyboard connected, it’s helpful to know.
First Impressions of iOS 7 for Keyboard Power Users [Tao of Mac via Cult of Mac]