Apple has released a new version of the Safari Technology Preview. In this new version we find various functionalities from macOS Ventura. This version of the browser includes experimental features, which Apple is testing for the public variant. However, it is never certain that tested functions will come to the normal Safari browser.
As of this week, testers can at least download and try Safari Technology Preview 147 if they’re curious about macOS Ventura features. This version of the browser comes with a lot of options. Then think about Live Text, Apple Passkeys and the improved Web Inspector Extensions.
Test macOS Ventura Features
In addition, there are a number of other functions, but it is also noticeable that certain parts are (still) missing. Think of synchronizing your tab groups, website settings and the Safari Web Extensions† It’s not clear at this time when Apple will add it to a later version of the experimental browser.
That does not alter the fact that downloading the update already gives a glimpse into the future. With Safari Technology Preview 147 it is possible to test some macOS Ventura functions, without having to update your entire system. This way you can see what you can expect from the software in the future.
Safari Technology Preview 147 available
Another function, which is somewhat smaller, is Web Push. Met Web Push websites and web apps can send notifications to users, if they have opted in. Also, of course, they must have the experimental browser on their system. There are also some technical options.
With the Web Inspector Extensions do you build your own tools or do you, as a developer, use your own tools for extensions for use in the Web Inspector† There is also the Flexbox Inspector† This allows you to understand much faster which layers are present in the Flexboxby displaying them visually within the browser.
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