Folks who want to enable iPad-like tabbed browsing on iPhone should first jailbreak their devices and then install new Cydia tweak called FullSafari. If you used the paged browsing experience in Safari on the iPhone and the tabbed browsing feature in Safari on the iPad you may noticed that there’s a significant difference between them. For those who better prefer the latter iOS developer Bensge released FullSafari jailbreak tweak that adds iPad-like tabbed browsing feature to iPhone and iPod touch, providing a more capable web browser in the palm of your hand.
So if you're interesting in trying to enable iPad-like tabbed browsing on your iPhone then you should first grab FullSafari tweak. It is a free tweak that can be downloaded from Cydia. What is great is that the tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10, 9, and 8 devices. Also its source code is available on GitHub for want to dig deeper to learn more about how the tweak works.
Once done with installation, the tweak will start to work automatically as it doesn't have any options to configure. The next you launch the Safari app, you’ll notice a couple of changes that FullSafari tweak has made after installation.
The first one: the tweak adds a “+” button to the menu bar at the bottom of the app. The second, when you hit new button, a new tab launches in the front of your eyes without the original tab disappearing from view.
As you've noticed the tabbed-browsing experience feels exactly like opening a new tab on an iPad and eliminates the need to click on the new page button in the menu bar as you normally would have to do on your iPhone.
So if you want to use iPad-like tabbed browsing on your jailbroken iOS 10 iPhone then you should definitely try FullSafari tweak.