Apple today made OS X 10.9.2 beta 3 and Safari 6.1.2 Seed 2 available for developers to download. Apple is quick on this beta 3 version of Mavericks releasing it one week after it made beta 2 available for developers.
iCloud Keychain is a new feature in iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks that syncs your Safari website usernames and passwords, credit card information, and Wi-Fi network information across your Apple devices.
This post describes how you can set up iCloud Keychain on your iOS device.
A good secure password for any website you visit is long, contains special characters and, most importantly, is unique, so that even if your password is compromised through an attack on that website, all your other website logins remain safe.
Adobe Flash Player, a browser plugin that is used on a lot of websites, is a very common target for malware and remote code execution exploits. To prevent such exploits from taking over your entire system, the Flash plugin runs in a sandboxed environment on Chrome, Firefox, and with OS X Mavericks, it is sandboxed in Safari too.
Safari is probably one of the most used app on any iPhone or iPad, and it has got a lot of new features in iOS 7, so here are a few tips that’ll make your web browsing experience on iOS even better.
Safari on iOS 7 got a huge upgrade, with a new fullscreen mode where the address bar and toolbar disappear while you’re browsing, and shows you the content with domain name of the website in the status bar.
However, when you want to do something like switch tabs or share the page, you need access to the toolbar, so here’s a tip that’ll help you unhide the toolbar in the shortest time possible.
Safari is probably one of the only stock iOS apps that has received some attention in every major iOS software update. So not surprisingly, Safari has received an update in iOS 7 as well.
We take an in-depth look at the new features and improvements in Safari in iOS 7.