Apple upgrades its Safari browser on macOS and iOS just once a year, making the refresh more strategic than most of its rivals, notably Google, which last year had eight separate opportunities to add features or functionality to Chrome.
The next Safari, which will be bundled with macOS 10.14 ‘Mojave’ and iOS 12, and offered as a separate download for those who stick with macOS High Sierra (10.13) and Sierra (10.12), thus must make its enhancements count.
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On the security and privacy side, Safari tries its hardest to build a case. Here are the important ways Apple’s browser – which shed user share on both the desktop and on mobile over the past year – has staked its reputation for the next 12 months.
Source:: IT news – Security