As a user of Apple products, you may already be familiar with the Safari Technology Preview. This is an experimental browser that Apple uses to test new features and options before rolling it out to all users. If you find this interesting, you can sign up for testing the software.
What can you expect from the Safari Technology Preview? Well, generally Apple is testing all kinds of minor updates that mainly change things behind the scenes. But the company may be testing big, new features. And then it might be great to experience its development up close.
Safari Technology Preview 154 available
You can now download Safari Technology Preview 154 for macOS Ventura or macOS Monterey. This release is also not dominated by all kinds of big, new functions. But improvements under the hood are always welcome. It’s nice to know that a browser runs flawlessly on your system.
By the way, if you participate in the testing of the experimental browser, you can provide Apple with feedback if you wish. You therefore experience up close how a browser develops. This is interesting for developers who need the browser, but also for consumers with an above-average interest in technology.
Intelligent Tracking Prevention
We would like to take a closer look at one thing for this release: Intelligent Tracking Prevention. With that option, Apple prevents you from being tracked everywhere. And going forward, the Safari browser won’t delete the site data until you interacted with a Web Push notification at a later time.
It’s also good to know that things like Shared Tab Groupssyncing for Tab Groupswebsite settings and Web Extensions not work in this version of the Technology Preview. That is why it is not always advisable for the average user to download such a beta; so do this entirely at your own risk.
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