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iTerm does not send ctrl+tab itself, so I need to configure it myself. I can't figure it what key code ctrl+tab is though.

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  1. In iTerm2 profiles, pick the profile you're using, then go to the Keys settings.
  2. Click + to add a key command. Click and press Ctrl+Tab. Then choose the command Send Escape Sequence. Use [27;5;9~ as the sequence.

Then test this in emacs -nw -q by using C-h k C-tab to see if it displays <C-tab>.

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