Safari Browser for Mac

Safari Browser for Mac 13.0.2

Experience the web, Apple style, with Safari: the fastest, easiest-to-use web browser in the world.

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The best browser for your Mac is the one that comes with your Mac. Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers, so sites are more responsive and your notebook battery lasts longer between charges. Built-in privacy features are stronger than ever. It works with iCloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices. And it gives you great ways to find and share your favorites. Put it all together, and no other browser offers such a rich web experience.

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What's New:

  • Adds support for Safari Extensions from the Mac App Store
  • Displays HTML 5 video whenever available for faster downloads, better battery life, and stronger security
  • Enhances security by running plug-ins only on websites you authorize
  • Improves AutoFill and adds support for auto-filling information from any contact in Contacts
  • Enhances the formatting in Reader view
  • Remembers Zoom level for each website users visit

Longer battery life and faster performance.

With a blazing-fast JavaScript engine and energy-saving technologies, Safari is a faster, more enjoyable way to explore the web.

Browse longer. Watch more.

Safari is engineered specifically for Mac, so it takes advantage of the powerful technologies built into every one. And Safari now offers native support for Netflix. So compared with Chrome and Firefox, you can browse for up to two hours longer and watch Netflix videos up to three hours longer.

Faster than Chrome and Firefox.

Browsing with Safari is blazing fast thanks to advanced JavaScript engine optimizations that make websites and web applications feel snappier.

Defending your online privacy and security.

Privacy and security aren’t just something you should hope for — they’re something you should expect. That’s why features to help protect your privacy and keep your Mac secure are built into Safari. For example, it’s the only browser to offer DuckDuckGo — a search engine that doesn’t track you — as a built-in option.

Surf seamlessly across all your devices.

Not only does Safari come on every Mac, it comes on every iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, too. And thanks to iCloud, your passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs, and Reading List are always up to date no matter which device you're using.

Discover something great. Then share it just as easily.

Safari makes it simple to find and enjoy the best of the web. And we've made it easy to share what you find with others.

Spotlight suggestions.

With Spotlight built into every Mac, you’re never far from the information you want. As you type in the Smart Search field, Spotlight suggestions display results from sources like Wikipedia, news sites, Maps, iTunes, movie listings, and more.

Share menu.

Share anything you come across on the web without leaving Safari. Just click the Share button, then choose how you want to send it off. Use Mail, Messages, or AirDrop. Tweet or post to Facebook. And even add comments and locations. A single sign-on sets up sharing to Facebook and Twitter, so you only need to log in once.

Shared Links.

Shared Links is the best way to see what’s up on the web. When you’re in the mood to read something new, quirky, or cool, open Shared Links in the Safari Sidebar, where you can view links from people you follow on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can scroll seamlessly from one story to the next, no clicking required.

What's New:

General

New Features

  • Added Desktop-class Browsing to Safari for iPad. Safari for iPad displays the same desktop websites as Safari for macOS, and provides the same capabilities. In addition it has more keyboard shortcuts, a download manager with background downloads, and support for top productivity websites.
  • Added opt-in dark mode support for websites in Safari for iOS.
  • Added support for aborting Fetch requests.

Authentication and Passwords

New Features

  • Updated Safari to prompt the user to change weak passwords when signing into a website. Requesting a password change uses the well-known URL for changing passwords, enabling websites to specify the page to open for updating a password.
  • Added support for FIDO2-compliant USB security keys with the Web Authentication standard in Safari on macOS.
  • Added support for Sign in With Apple to Safari and to WKWebView.

Security and Privacy

New Features

  • Added a permission API on iOS for DeviceMotionEvent and DeviceOrientationEvent.
  • Changed the behavior for third party iframes to prevent them automatically navigating the page.
  • Updated Intelligent Tracking Prevention to prevent cross-site tracking through referrer and through link decoration.
  • Improved the privacy of local WebRTC data connections with mDNS ICE candidates.
  • Increased the security for WebKit sandboxes on iOS and macOS.

Layout and Rendering

New Features

  • Added support for one-finger accelerated scrolling to all frames and overflow:scrollelements eliminating the need to set-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch.
  • Changed the default behavior on iPad for wide web pages with responsive meta-tags that require horizontal scrolling. Pages are scaled to prevent horizontal scrolling and any text is resized to preserve legibility.
  • Added support for CSS conic gradients.

Performance

New Features

  • Reduced the initial rendering time for webpages on iOS.
  • Added automatic support for Fast Tap to desktop websites on iPad.
  • Reduced load time up to 50% for webpages on watchOS.
  • Reduced the amount of memory used by JavaScript, including for non-web clients.
  • Improved the MotionMark graphics performance benchmark score by 10%.

Web API

New Features

  • Added support for the __Secure- and __Host- cookie prefixes in beta 3.
  • Improved iPad hardware keyboard support for websites including focus navigation and scrolling with the arrow keys.
  • Added support for the Pointer Events API enabling consistent access to mouse, trackpad, touch, and Apple Pencil events.
  • Added support for the Visual Viewport API for adjusting web content to avoid overlays, such as the onscreen keyboard.
  • Added support for programmatic paste with user consent to Safari for iOS.
  • Updated editing callouts to avoid in-page controls.
  • Added intelligent whitespace to editable WebViews and editable areas of webpages.

Payment Request API

New Features

  • Added support for Apple Pay on the Web to WKWebView. Note that using script injection APIs, such as WKUserScript or evaluateJavaScript(_:completionHandler:)disables Apple Pay for that view.

Media

New Features

  • Added support for the decodingInfo() method of the Media Capabilities API for checking supported codecs, efficiently supported codecs, and optional codec features including alpha.
  • Added the ability to Safari for macOS to share your screen with others using only web technologies. Plug-ins are no longer required.
  • Updated Safari for iPad to support Media Source Extensions.
  • Added support for the navigator.mediaDevices property of the Media Capture and Streams API to SFSafariViewController.

Resolved Issues

  • Transparency in video with an alpha channel now works correctly for all supported video formats.
  • Safari App Extension API

New Features

  • Added an API for page navigation notifications.
  • Added support for associated Safari App Extensions receiving blocked content notifications from Content Blocker Safari Extensions.

Web Inspector and Tools

New Features

  • Added Safari WebDriver to iOS.
  • Added importing and exporting of recorded timeline data.
  • Added the CPU Usage Timeline for analyzing and improving the power efficiency of websites.
  • Added the Audit tab for running tests against web content including a built-in accessibility audit, importing and exporting results, and creating custom audits.
  • Added the Changes sidebar in the Elements tab to track CSS changes in the Styles sidebar.
  • Added the Device Settings menu to override developer-related Safari settings when Web Inspector is connected to an iOS device.
  • Added a Security tab to the resources view of the Network tab to review certificates and TLS settings.
  • Increased the performance of Web Inspector for large sites.

Removed Features

  • Removed support for WebSQL.
  • Removed support for Legacy Safari Extensions.
  • Disabled -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch on iPad. All frames and scrollable overflow areas now use accelerated one-finger scrolling without changing stacking.
  • Disabled frame flattening on iOS. Frames now render in the same way as a desktop browser.

AuthenticationServices Framework

New Features

  • Added ASAuthorizationController to implement Sign In with Apple and to use a system-provided sign-in account picker for accounts stored in iCloud Keychain.
  • Added ASWebAuthenticationSession to the SDK for macOS.
  • Added support for using web browsers other than Safari to ASWebAuthenticationSession on macOS. For more information, see ASWebAuthenticationSessionWebBrowserSessionManager.

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