Apple releases Safari 5 into the wild

By on June 7, 2010 at 6:44 PM.

Apple releases Safari 5 into the wild

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Hot on the heels of 2010’s WWDC keynote, Apple has announced an update to its Safari web browser. The code update, simply titled Safari 5, boasts, “a 30 percent performance increase over Safari 4,” according to the company’s press release. At time of publishing, Apple had yet to update their official Safari page (www.apple.com/safari) with the updated download information, but we’ve got the full PR Newswire release for you after the bounce. More →

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Safari 5 to debut at WWDC?

By on June 6, 2010 at 6:34 AM.

Safari 5 to debut at WWDC?

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According to French blog MacGeneration, Apple will unveil Safari 5 during Monday’s WWDC 2010 keynote. Not much is known about Safari 5, but according to a changelog that MacGeneration was able to get a hold of, the major new features brought forward will be Safari Reader, a 25% bump in JavaScript performance, option to make Bing the default search engine, 12+ new HTML5 features, developer tools, and hardware acceleration for Windows. There are also lot of enhancements alleged to be apart of the update, but for those we’ll have to ask you to hit the jump.

[Via TUAW] More →

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