Shows how far behind Apple really is.
Recently, Apple has revealed the seventh version of its Safari web browser, that (like Internet Explorer) gets rarely updated, so it should be a pretty big deal, at least for them.
What kind of crazy features did they add this time? Unfortunately, most of these are just catching up with competition, for example:
Audio & Video tags
… and so on
I mean, highlighting Private Browsing and Audio & Video tags in such manner is worth more than just a facepalm. One of the better features though is the iCloud Keychain feature, allowing you to generate and store passwords across your devices.
Lastly, Apple touted memory usage optimizations although actual numbers are lacking. As far as release date goes, it’s coming with OS X 10.9, which is set for Q3-Q4 release.
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