Ma updates are still in full swing: after releasing the final version of iOS 13 and watchOS 6, the Cupertino giant released last night the latest Safari for macOS Mojave (10.14) and High Sierra (10.13) users.
O Safari 13 This is not a revolutionary update, but it brings all the important security and privacy updates and of course new features here and there. We have, for example, a new home page with your bookmarks, most visited sites, and pages you've recently visited; In addition, a new ?guesser? of passwords warns you if you enter a very weak password when creating an account on some website, giving you the option to generate a strong and secure password automatically.
There are other small changes that will make the lives of users slightly easier. For example, if you enter a URL in the address bar and the page in question is already open in a lost tab, the browser gives you the option to jump straight to it; It is also possible to activate the mode Picture-in-Picture directly from the audio button on a certain tab.
Finally, we have several new security features, such as an update of the Intelligent Tracking Prevention to prevent trackers from following you over the internet. Browser performance is also improved, with several minor rendering adjustments and page rendering.
Remember that Safari 13 comes bundled with macOS Catalina, when the system is launched next month, and is also included in the iOS / iPadOS 13 about the new version of the mobile browser, we cover all her news in this post. Users of macOS Mojave or High Sierra can upgrade right now: In the case of the former, this is done in the ?Software Update? section in System Preferences; In the second, the update can be obtained from the App Store.