This look-ahead version of Safari includes eight big fixes, improvements, and new features.
Like a regular reminder you can set it for a specific day and time.
The company detailed the WebKit changes in the release in a detailed post to the WebKit blog, included below.
Today’s Quick Tip is on a fancy new security feature of the latest releases of macOS and iOS. It can protect you! But only if you pay attention to it. We’ll go over what it’s telling you and what you should do—or not do!—when you see it.
The newest version of Safari has a handy-dandy way to sort bookmarks by name (or by URL), and we’ve got the scoop on how to do it…and how to undo it if you want to. (At least temporarily.) Come on in and read all about it!
Among the updates include image conversion and certain security enhancements.
Today’s Quick Tip is all about how to close tabs in Safari on your iPhone or iPad—without having to interact with each one individually. Yes, you can get rid of all of them at once, and it’s simple!
Not sure why you might need to use private browsing mode in Safari, Firefox, or Chrome on your Mac? Here’s how to enable the feature, and some ideas on how it can help online.
To prevent potential abuse, Apple will monitor the adoption of the API.
Apple provides several settings in iOS that enable better privacy and security in the Safari browser. John shows how to set these up.
Safari’s built-in “Reload Page from Origin” feature can be really helpful if you can’t seem to get a site to work properly, as it’ll force your Mac to bypass any cached information it has and load the page anew. All the details are here in today’s Quick Tip!
This is a benchmarking suite designed to allow browser engineers to test their browser engines, and it’s part of Apple’s contribution to the broader WebKit community.
LAS VEGAS – Valt believes its visually-oriented approach provides better password security.
Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Supplemental Update Monday, a security update designed to mitigate Spectre.
Two scripts—AdThink and OnAudience—obtain information that can identify you from autofill forms.
This release enables Payment Requests by default, and it includes 38 other improvements and bug fixes, too.
Google is deploying a change in its AdWords service that obeys Apple’s rules, while still allowing online advertisers to track conversion rates.
Showing a shortened, or “smart” URL bar is clearly a design choice by Apple, and not a usability choice.
The level of control that Apple provides in Safari makes it more enticing to use over third-party browsers.