The next version of Safari will remove Adobe Flash support. We can see a glimpse of this move in Safari Technology Preview 99.
Safari 13 is adding a CPU Timeline to Web Inspector. This lets web developers measure the CPU usage of a page, energy impact, and more.
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss ad blocking in Safari and the latest report of plaintext password storage.
In a WebKit post today, Apple has an idea to make online ads private. It’s called Privacy Preserving Ad Click Attribution.
Safari Technology Preview 80 is available to download today, and it removes support for legacy Safari extensions.
macOS 10.14.4 will bring automatic Dark Mode to Safari. This means that if a website offers a dark theme, it will automatically be enabled.
In the experimental version of Safari Technology Preview, the browser adds support for USB security keys.
The Safari 12 features Apple announced at WWDC, including favicons and strong password generation, are now available in Safari Technology Preview 58 for both macOS Mojave and macOS High Sierra.
This look-ahead version of Safari includes eight big fixes, improvements, and new features.
This release enables Payment Requests by default, and it includes 38 other improvements and bug fixes, too.
This release tests out the Files and Directory Entries API, as well as a new encryption scheme called Elliptic Curve P-521.
This release tests out Payment Requests for Web Payments, and adds support for phonetic names in Apple Pay.
This release tests Apple Pay support for Cartes Bancaires, France’s interbank network, as well as 33 different bug fixes.
Safari’s tech preview releases are aimed at developers, and are similar to the developer betas for macOS and iOS.
This release includes performance improvements, as well as a host of bug fixes, tweaks, and other changes.