If you are the type of person who spends a lot of time watching movies or browsing online on your Mac, then you definitely must use Safari. It is specially designed for Mac operating system devices, bringing multiple technologies in one single place for great user experience.
Think about the time you spend on Netflix or streaming online and the battery usage. If you don’t have your Mac plugged in, you will see how fast battery drains when using Chrome and Firefox browsers. However, with the Safari you get up to 4 extra hours to watch Netflix videos and over 2 hours extra of browsing.
The Apple Pay feature enables easier access to online shopping. Users can experience easy payments on favorite shopping sites, where they can input either the Touch ID on their iPhone or simply by clicking on the Apple Watch side button. All financial information is safely stored behind the Apple ID, so that you don’t have to provide the credit card information every time.
Asides from the fact that Safari is compatible with any Mac device, it is also suitable for your iOS devices, such as iPhone or iPad. You can continue browsing on your iPhone if you ran out of battery on the iPad, or you can save websites to read them later on another Mac device. The Safari browser saves your bookmarks, history and log-in information on all devices where you have it installed and logged in.
|Safari for Mac OS X 13.1 Mar 25, 2020||
Fixed VoiceOver to read the selected panel tab
Updated resource, type, and timeline icons for both light and dark modes
|Safari for Mac OS X 13.0.5 Jan 29, 2020||
Removed support for Adobe Flash
|Safari for Mac OS X 13.0.4 Dec 11, 2019||
Added auto behavior to the width and height properties of the SVG element
Added bounding-box keyword to pointer-events
Fixed SVGElement to conform with SVG2
Loaded event must be fired only for the SVG structurally external elements and the outermost SVG element
Removed the viewTarget property of SVGViewElement
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