On Monday, Apple released Safari 12, the latest Mac operating system from Sierra and High Sierra, which mainly improved security and privacy.
Updated exle browsers prevent social media buttons and embedded content from tracking browsing between sites without permission, making advertisers more difficult to identify individual Macs. Also, when creating or updating an account, you may present a strong password and report the reused words.
Updates are drawing particular attention to extensions to end legacy items that Apple has not reviewed and support for "more" NPAPI plugins (Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface). The software further disables the extension that adversely affects performance.
Other security features include options to block or allow pop-ups for each site and fixes for various vulnerabilities.
Finally, the icon of the Web site of each tab is displayed.
Updated browsers are available from the Mac App Store software update tool. Mac OS Mojave is preinstalled on Safari 12 and arrives on 24th September. This upgrade includes features such as Stack, Extended Quick Look feature, Mac port of iOS application such as Home, News, Stock, Voice Memo etc.
Hope you like the news Apple releases Safari 12 for owners of macOS Sierra ; High Sierra. Stay Tuned For More Updates 🙂