Date: Friday, March 15th, 2013, 07:17
Category: News, security, Software
Hey, an update’s an update.
Late Thursday, Apple released Safari 6.0.3, an update to its web browser. The new version, a 44.8 megabyte download (via MacUpdate), includes the following fixes and new features:
- Contains updated security content. Download included with OS X 10.8.3 Mountain Lion.
- Improves scrolling on facebook.com.
- Improves scrolling while zoomed in on a webpage.
- Improves performance on webpages with plug-in content.
- A fix for an issue that could cause the inaccurate appearance of an alert that bookmarks can’t be changed.
- A fix for an issue that could cause duplicate bookmarks to appear on an iOS device after editing bookmarks with Safari in OS X.
- A fix for an issue that permitted users to access unfiltered search results when searching from google.com when Parental Controls are enabled.
- A fix for an issue that could prevent Safari from restoring the last position on a webpage a user navigated back to.
Safari 6.0.3 requires an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.7 or later to install and run and can also be located and downloaded via Mac OS X’s Software Update feature. If you’ve tried the new version and have any feedback to offer, please let us know.
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