Following yesterday's public release of Safari 8.0.4 for OS X Yosemite, Safari 7.1.4 for OS X Mavericks, and Safari 6.2.4 for OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has seeded Safari 7.1.5 and Safari 6.2.5 to developers for testing purposes. Safari 7.1.5 is for Mavericks users, while Safari 6.2.5 is for Mountain Lion users.
The Yosemite equivalent, Safari 8.0.5, is already available to developers and public beta testers as it is built in to OS X 10.10.3.
In the beta notes, Apple asks developers to focus on general website compatibility, extension compatibility, debugging using the Web Inspector, typing in the Smart Search Field using multiple displays, viewing videos on sites like Netflix and YouTube, Address and Password AutoFill, and more.
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They're not supposed to post news about Apple things because somebody else might have made a thread about it?
I'm still waiting for Safari 1.3.3 for Jaguar!! :mad:
Safari's best new feature is a big button on the opening page which says:
Press here to download and install Firefox as your default browser
Enjoy licking it while you still can... The way Apple goes with Yosemite, there ain't much licking once 10.12 (whatever ****** name they can think of) is out... :p:p
Now where is 5.3.5 beta for Snow Leopard and Lion...?
God damn you Apple...! :rolleyes:
My Jaguar install is still on Safari 1.0 :D Edit: Looks like you meant Panther ;)