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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview Update | #macos | #macsecurity | #hacking | #aihp

Apple has released on October 5 a preview of the new update for Safari, the search engine technology for iOS and macOS devices, which will introduce new features in the future.

The preview aims to show users what the possibilities are for the future release versions of Safari, and offers the opportunity to try them out beforehand, Mac Rumors writes.

Preview 155 Includes Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Mac Trast reports that the current Safari Technology Preview, also known as Preview 155, is built on Safari 16 and will include features for macOS Ventura and macOS MOnterey.

This update will include a Live Text feature, Passkeys, Web Extension improvements, and more, and will be available to users who wish to try.

Mac Rumors details that the Safari Preview 155 can be installed through the Software Update mechanism that can be found in the System Preferences option in the Settings.

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The Safari Technology Preview Update will be launching bug fixes and performance enhancements for Web Inspector’s Sources Tab, and CSS and Rendering updates will improve display as well.

Mac Trast also writes that the JavaScript will also be optimized, and developers are also fixing bugs for the Web API, Web Driver, and in Scroll to Text Fragment features.

These Preview Updates were launched by Apple with the intention to get feedback on the development of the Safari browser for developers and advanced users to use.

Apple Provides Users With A Simpler Explanation

Developers at Apple listed down the inclusions that can be found in the Safari Technology Preview Update, laying out the latest on their website.

With the goal of implementing and delivering the best experiences for Apple device users, Preview 155 includes the most recent WebKit that will render the engine powering Safari.

This update will not only use the latest versions of softwares to optimize, modify, and debug websites, but it will also run seamlessly to access latest Safari Favorites, bookmarks, and Reading List via iCloud, Apple claims.

Three weeks ago, Apple also announced the release of its new Safari 16 update that includes Tab Group customizations and security updates.

According to XDA Developers, the Tab Group customization launches tab pages organized in one group, and this will also allow users to organize web pages for work, school, and personal websites.

With this, the Tab Group start page will make it easier to distinguish and identify groups without having to keep them all open in Safari, and pin pin frequently visited websites.

Because of this update, users with multiple Safari browsers are now also able to sync their settings to all connected devices, and edit their passwords for stronger security in accordance with website requirements.

Similarly, iOS 16 was released and claims to give users a more personal, beautiful, and helpful lockscreen with new personalization and gallery display features.

Apple, in their Newsroom, details that there will also be new ways to improve productivity among its users with the new productivity tools in Mail.

Lastly, iOS 16 ensures users with a more secure browsing experience with Safari by installing passkeys that will work across apps and the web.

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