Open Links in New Tabs in Safari on the iPhone 6s Plus

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  1. 1
    To open a link in a new tab, tap and hold the particular link.
    Do not use a 3D Touch press. You will be given several options: "Open", "Open in New Tab", "Add to Reading List", and "Copy".
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  2. 2
    Tap on "Open in a New Tab".
    A new tab will be opened in Safari.
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