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Safari 6.0 for Mac OS X Lion 10.7 Launched, Alongside Other Updates

Apple released Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion a couple of days ago and the new platform comes already packed with the latest Safari 6.0 version, but for those that won’t update right away, Apple found a solution.

The Cupertino-based company has also come up with updates for several applications within the system and most of all, the launch of Safari 6.0 for Mac OS X Lion, also known as 10.7.Safari 6.0

Safari 6.0 is served as a version update and once users apply it, it will imbue the browser with features as Smart Search Field (a unified search bar), Do Not Track, web audio API, CSS filters, HTML5 web notifications, timed text tracks, media synchronization, improved JavaScript support and plenty others.

Unfortunately, iCloud Tabs and Tab View will not be arriving in this update and can only be experienced after updating to Mac OS X 10.8.

Besides Safari 6.0, Apple has also updated services found within the iLife suite, including iMovie 9.0.7, iPhoto 9.3.2 and Aperture, with a wide range and fixes and enhanced support for media services and other issues.

[Via:9to5Mac]
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Randy
Randy

I hate the Google one bar approach. I hate it. I hate hate hate it.

dairyking887
dairyking887

Randy:

I’m with you on the Google one bar approach. Why in gods name did they do this? And how in gods name do I get this crap Safari 6.0 off my system? What a worthless piece of crap Safari 6.0 is. I am also having trouble attaching things to my emails as well. Thank, Mac! Appreciate it.