Safari version history

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The version history of Safari spans from 2003 to the present from its initial preview release for OS X at Macworld to becoming cross-platform with versions for Windows and iOS.

Version compatibility[edit]

Operating systemOperating system versionLatest Safari versionSupport
OS XMac OS X v10.2 "Jaguar"1.0.3 (August 13, 2004)2003–2005
Mac OS X v10.3 "Panther"1.3.2 [1] (January 11, 2006)2003–2007
Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger"4.1.3 [2] (November 18, 2010)2005–2010
Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard"5.0.6 [3] (July 20, 2011)2007–2011
Mac OS X v10.6 "Snow Leopard"5.1.10 [4] (September 12, 2013)2009–2013
Mac OS X v10.7 "Lion"6.1.6 [5] (August 13, 2014)2011–2014
OS X v10.8 "Mountain Lion"6.2 [6] (September 18, 2014)Since 2012
OS X v10.9 "Mavericks"7.1 [6] (September 18, 2014)Since 2013
OS X v10.10 "Yosemite"8.0 [7] (October 16, 2014)Since 2014
Microsoft WindowsWindows 20003.0.3 Beta (July 31, 2007)2007
Windows XP5.1.7 [8] (May 9, 2012)2007-2012
Windows Vista
Windows 72009–2012

In OS X, Safari usually requires the latest system update (minor version release) in order to function.[citation needed]

Release history[edit]

Key:Old Beta VersionOld VersionCurrent VersionCurrent Beta Version

Mac[edit]

Major versionMinor versionWebKit versionOperating SystemRelease dateFeatures
Safari0.848Mac OS X v10.2January 7, 2003Public Beta. Initial release at Macworld San Francisco.
0.973April 14, 2003Public Beta 2. Tabbed browsing, forms and passwords autofill, browser reset (removes cookies, cache, etc.), Netscape and Mozilla bookmarks importing, improved support for web standards, improved AppleScript support, more localizations.
Safari 11.085June 23, 2003First non-beta release. Safari is now default Mac OS X browser, faster autotabs, support for iSync bookmark synchronization, all Mac OS X languages supported, more AppleScripts to control browser, improved support for web standards.
1.0.385.8.5August 13, 2004Improves the Safari rendering engine to expand third party application support and delivers the latest security enhancements.
1.1100Mac OS X v10.3October 24, 2003Released with Mac OS X v10.3. Improved speed, improved support for web standards, improved CSS support.
1.2125February 2, 2004Improved compatibility with websites and web applications. Support for personal certificate authentication. Full keyboard access for navigation. Ability to resume interrupted downloads. Sajax and LiveConnect support. XMLHttpRequest support.
1.3312April 15, 2005Released with 10.3.9. Included most of the rendering speed and website compatibility improvements that were developed for 2.0. designMode support.
1.3.1312.3August 29, 2005Improves website compatibility, application stability and support for 3rd party web applications.
1.3.2312.5January 11, 2006Improves website compatibility, application stability and support for 3rd party web applications. Requires 1.3.1 in order to install.
1.3.2312.6January 12, 2006Requires earlier version in order to install.
Safari 22.0412Mac OS X v10.4April 29, 2005Dubbed "Safari RSS." Released with Mac OS X v10.4. Improved rendering speed and website compatibility. Integrated RSS and Atom reader. Integrated PDF viewer. Private Browsing mode and Parental Controls. Ability to save complete websites using the proprietary WebArchive format.
2.0.2416.11October 31, 2005Safari passes the Web Standards Project Acid2 test.
2.0.4419.3January 10, 2006Most widely distributed version of Safari 2, available only as part of Mac OS X Update 10.4.4.[9] Last stable version released before version 3.0. Last Mac OS X-exclusive version.
Safari 33.0522.11June 11, 2007Public beta. Initial release at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Version for Mac OS X v10.4.9 and later. Improved searching within web pages. Drag and drop tabs, and the ability to save a group of tabs as a single bookmark. Live resizing of text input fields. Bonjour support for bookmarks. Initial SVG support.
3.0.2522.12June 22, 2007Public beta.
3.0.3522.12.1July 31, 2007Public beta. Latest security updates.
3.0.4523.10Mac OS X v10.4 - 10.5October 26, 2007Officially released with Mac OS X v10.5 out of beta. Includes the ability to re-arrange tabs by dragging, improved web standards support, the ability to display SVG images, and integration with the Dashboard, allowing users to create widgets from ordinary web pages. For web developers, Safari 3 includes a new "Web Inspector" similar to the DOM Inspector extension for Mozilla Firefox.
November 14, 2007Officially released for Mac OS X v10.4.11.
3.1525.13March 18, 2008Introduces support for CSS Web fonts and animations and improves support for SVG and HTML5 media. Performance improvements.
3.1.1525.17April 16, 2008Improved stability and added security updates.
525.20May 28, 2008Officially released with Mac OS X v10.5.3.
3.1.2525.21June 30, 2008Officially released with Mac OS X v10.5.4.
3.2525.26November 13, 2008Added phishing detection, Extended Validation Certificate support, security fixes.
3.2.1525.27November 24, 2008Stability improvements.
3.2.3525.28May 12, 2009Officially released with Mac OS X v.10.5.7.
Safari 44.0 Beta526.11.2June 11, 2008First developer seed. Includes SquirrelFish JavaScript interpreter. Adds ability to save webpages as standalone web applications. Passes Acid3 test.
528.16February 24, 2009Version 4 Public Beta. Added features include a "Top Sites" tool that tracks the user's most recently viewed pages, and notifies the user of content updates; Cover Flow support for history and bookmarks; and full history search. A new, radically redesigned UI, with the tabs now on top, has been implemented. The new Nitro engine (previously code named SquirrelFish Extreme) renders JavaScript 4.2 times faster than the previous release of Safari according to Apple test reports. A newly redesigned set of Developer Tools, Auto-Detect of Google searches and websites, and full page zooming have also been added.[10] The "save page as standalone web applications" feature from the first developer preview of Safari 4 has been removed. The full feature list on Apple's website describes the other 150 new features of Safari 4.[11]
528.17May 12, 2009Public beta. Latest security updates.
4.0530.17June 8, 2009Stable release, officially released at WWDC. Tabs, which were located in the title bar in 4.0 beta releases, have been returned to their original location under the bookmarks bar.
4.0.1530.18June 17, 2009Improved compatibility with iPhoto '09.
4.0.2530.19July 8, 2009Improves stability of Nitro JavaScript engine and includes the latest compatibility and security fixes. Officially released with Mac OS X 10.5.8 on August 5, 2009.
4.0.3531.9Mac OS X v10.4 - 10.6August 11, 2009Stability improvements for webpages that use the HTML5 video tag. Fixes an issue that prevented some users from logging into iWork.com. Fixes an issue that could cause web content to be displayed in greyscale instead of color.
4.0.4531.21.10November 11, 2009Improves JavaScript and Full History Search performance. Improves stability of third-party plug-ins, search field, and Yahoo! Mail. Adds latest security fixes.
4.0.5531.22.7March 11, 2010Improves Top Sites performance. Improves stability for third-party plug-ins and websites with online forms and Scalable Vector Graphics. Fixes issues that prevented Safari from changing settings on some Linksys routers and prevented some iWork.com users from commenting on documents.
4.1533.16Mac OS X v10.4June 7, 2010Improves performance of JavaScript, Top Sites, and trackpad pinch gestures. Adds faster page loading with DNS prefetching and improved page caching, and Bing search option in the Search Field. Improves support for HTML5, auto-complete in the Smart Address Field, tabbed browsing, Full History Search, Private Browsing, protection from cross-site scripting with XSS auditing, support for web applications that use JavaScript Object Notation, and developer tools. Improves performance and stability when pasting text into text fields in webpages, auto-complete functions, PDF handling, and transferring images from Safari to iPhoto, when using Facebook and eMusic. Improves reliability of authentication to Windows IIS. Fixes an issue that prevented some users from dragging files when logged into etrade.com.
4.1.1533.17.8July 28, 2010More accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field and timing for CSS animations. Adds better stability when scrolling through MobileMe Mail. Fixes an issue that prevented Google Wave and other websites using JavaScript encryption libraries from working correctly on 32-bit systems, an issue that prevented Safari from launching on systems with network home directories, an issue that could cause borders on YouTube thumbnails to disappear when hovering over the thumbnail image, an issue that could cause Flash content to overlap with other content on Facebook, Crate and Barrel, and other sites when using Flash 10.1, an issue that prevented boarding passes from American Airlines from printing correctly, an issue that could cause DNS prefetching requests to overburden certain routers, and an issue that could cause VoiceOver to misidentify elements of webpages.
4.1.2533.18.5September 7, 2010Fixes an issue that could prevent users from submitting web forms.
4.1.3533.19.4November 18, 2010Improves accuracy of Top Sites and Top Hit results in the address bar. Fixes an issue with Flash 10.1 that caused overlapping of webpage content. Improves reliability of pop-up blocking. Improves stability of typing in text fields on netflix.com and facebook.com. Improves stability of VoiceOver.
Safari 55.0533.16Mac OS X v10.5 - 10.6June 7, 2010Added new features including Safari Reader, Bing Search, and Safari Development Tools. Improves JavaScript performance, page caching, and DNS prefetching. Improves support for HTML5. Other improvements and features include smarter address field, tabs settings, search history with date, Top Sites/history button, private browsing icon, XSS auditor, and the return of the address bar loading status indicator. Included in the Mac OS X v10.6.4 update.
5.0.1533.17.8July 28, 2010Added a new feature: Safari Extensions. Provides more accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field and timing for CSS animations. Adds better stability when using the Safari Reader keyboard shortcut and scrolling through MobileMe Mail. Fixes display of multipage articles from Rolling Stone in Safari Reader. Fixes an issue that prevented Google Wave and other websites using JavaScript encryption libraries from working correctly on 32-bit systems, an issue that prevented Safari from launching on Leopard systems with network home directories, an issue that could cause borders on YouTube thumbnails to disappear when hovering over the thumbnail image, an issue that could cause Flash content to overlap with other content on Facebook, Crate and Barrel, and other sites when using Flash 10.1, an issue that prevented boarding passes from American Airlines from printing correctly, an issue that could cause DNS prefetching requests to overburden certain routers, and an issue that could cause VoiceOver to misidentify elements of webpages.
5.0.2533.18.5September 7, 2010Fixes issues that prevented submission of web forms, fixes issues that caused incorrect displaying of content in Google Images with Flash Player 10.1 installed, and establishes encrypted and authenticated connection to Safari Extensions Gallery.
5.0.3533.19.4November 18, 2010Improves accuracy of Top Sites, and Top Hit results in address bar. Fixes an issue with Flash 10.1 that caused overlapping of webpage content. Improves reliability of pop-up blocking. Improves stability of typing in text fields on Netflix and Facebook. Improves stability of JavaScript extensions. Improves stability of VoiceOver.
5.0.4533.20.27March 9, 2011Improves stability for webpages with multiple plug-in content. Improves compatibility with webpages with image reflections and transition effects. Fixes an issue that caused webpages to print with incorrect layouts. Fixes an issue that caused webpages with plug-in content to display incorrectly. Fixes an issue that caused the screen saver to appear while a video is playing. Improves compatibility with VoiceOver on webpages with text input areas and lists with selectable items. Improves stability when using VoiceOver.
5.0.5533.21.1April 14, 2011Security update.
5.0.6533.22.3Mac OS X v10.5July 20, 2011Stability improvements for web applications that use WebSocket with certain proxy configurations. Improvements to the appearance and layout of text with HTML5 ruby annotations. A fix for an issue that could cause elements in frames to appear in the wrong place on Pandora.com and other websites.
5.1534.48.3Mac OS X v10.6 - 10.7Bundled with Mac OS X v10.7. New features include Reading List for managing webpages and links, new process architecture for improved stability and responsiveness, Resume for launching windows from a previous browsing session, improved privacy settings, Private AutoFill, additional text search controls, and the ability to drag and drop items from the Downloads window. Introduces support for full-screen webpages, media caching with the HTML5 application cache, MathML, Web Open Font Format, CSS3 auto-hyphenation, CSS3 vertical text, CSS3 text emphasis, Window.onError, and formatted XML files. Adds new Extensions APIs, including support for popovers, menus, new event classes, and interaction with Safari Reader.
5.1.1534.51.22October 12, 2011Bundled with Mac OS X v10.7.2. Adds support for iCloud syncing of bookmarks and Reading List. Improves JavaScript performance. Contains improvements to performance, stability, usability, compatibility, accessibility, and security.
5.1.2534.52.7November 29, 2011Improves stability. Addresses issues with hangs, excessive memory usage, and white flashes within webpages. Allows PDFs to be displayed within web content.
5.1.3534.53.10February 1, 2012Bundled with Mac OS X v10.7.3.
5.1.4534.54.16March 12, 2012Improved Javascript performance. Improve responsiveness when typing into the search field after changing network configurations, or with an intermittent network connection. Address an issue that could cause webpages to flash white when switching between Safari windows. Address issues that prevented printing U.S. Postal Service shipping labels and embedded PDFs. Preserve links in PDFs saved from webpages. Fix an issue that could make Flash content appear incomplete after using gesture zooming. Fix an issue that could cause the screen to dim while watching HTML5 video. Improve stability, compatibility, and startup time when using extensions. Allow cookies set during regular browsing to be available after using Private Browsing. Fix an issue that could cause some data to be left behind after pressing the “Remove All Website Data” button.[12]
5.1.5534.55.3March 26, 2012Contains a fix for an issue that could affect website usability when running Safari in 32-bit mode; other stability improvements.[13]
5.1.6534.56.5Mac OS X v10.7May 9, 2012Bundled with OSX 10.7.4, contains stability improvements.
5.1.7534.57.2Mac OS X v10.6 - 10.7May 9, 2012Improve the browser's responsiveness when the system is low on memory. Fix an issue that could prevent webpages from responding after using a pinch to zoom gesture. Fix an issue that could affect websites using forms to authenticate users. Disable versions of Adobe Flash Player that do not include the latest security updates and provide the option to get the current version from Adobe's website.
5.1.8534.58.2Mac OS X v10.6March 14, 2013Security updates [14]
5.1.9534.59.8April 16, 2013Security updates [15]
5.1.10534.59.10September 12, 2013Security updates [16]
Safari 66.0536.25OS X v10.7 - 10.8July 25, 2012Improved Javascript performance. Website URL and Search are now in one bar. iCloud integration added. Twitter integration added. Overall faster performance. More HTML5 support.
6.0.1536.26September 21, 2012Bundled with Mac OS X v10.8.2. Adds SSL support for Google searches from the Smart Search Field in Safari.
6.0.2536.26.17November 1, 2012Security fixes only.
6.0.3536.28.10March 14, 2013Contains fixes that improve performance, stability, and security. [1]
6.0.4536.29.13April 16, 2013Security updates [15]
6.0.5536.30.1June 5, 2013
6.1537.43.58June 11, 2013New Sidebar with Shared Links, Bookmarks and Reading List. Redesigned Top Sites. Power-saving technologies.
6.1.1537.73.11December 16, 2013Security update.[17]
6.1.2February 25, 2014Security update.[18]
6.1.3April 1, 2014Security update.[19]
6.1.4May 21, 2014Security update.[20]
6.1.5June 30, 2014Security update.[21]
6.1.6August 13, 2014Security update.[22]
6.2OS X 10.8September 18, 2014Security update.[23]
Safari 77.0537.71OS X 10.9October 22, 2013Bundled with 10.9 Developer Preview 1.New Sidebar with Shared Links, Bookmarks and Reading List. Redesigned Top Sites. Nitro Tiered JIT, Fast Start and power-saving technologies.[24]
7.0.1537.73.11December 16, 2013Security update.[25]
7.0.2February 25, 2014Security update.[26]
7.0.3April 1, 2014Security update.[27]
7.0.4537.76.4May 21, 2014Security update.[28]
7.0.5537.77.4June 30, 2014Security update. Bundled with OS X 10.9.4[29]
7.0.6537.78.2August 13, 2014Security update.[30]
7.1September 18, 2014Security update.[31]
Safari 88.0538.35.8OS X 10.10October 16, 2014Bundled with 10.10. Browser gets first new logo in 11 years, similar in style to iOS 7-onwards. [7]

Windows[edit]

Major versionMinor versionWebKit versionOperating SystemRelease dateFeatures
Safari 33.0522.11.3Windows XP, VistaJune 11, 2007Public beta, first release for Windows XP and Windows Vista (not officially supported on Windows 2000). Announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Feature parity with Mac OS X version.
3.0.1522.12.2June 13, 2007Public beta, second release for Windows XP and Windows Vista. Major security updates.
3.0.2522.13.1June 22, 2007Public beta, third release for Windows XP and Windows Vista. Security updates.
3.0.3522.15.5August 1, 2007Public beta, fourth Windows release. Includes major stability enhancements, including a fix for a memory leak.
3.0.4523.12.9November 14, 2007Public beta, fifth Windows release. Fixes many UI behavior issues, though issues still remain. Ends unofficial support for Windows 2000 (will not run). Added many keyboard shortcut functions found in most major browsers (for example, switching tabs).
523.13December 17, 2007Safari 3 Beta 3.0.4 Security Update: A security update meant to prevent cross-site scripting attacks was applied to the existing release of Safari.[32]
523.15December 21, 2007Safari 3 Beta 3.0.4 Security Update v1.1: This update fixes an issue introduced with the previous security update "that may cause Safari to unexpectedly quit when browsing certain websites."
3.1525.13March 18, 2008First stable release of Safari for Windows. Introduces support for CSS Web fonts and animations and improves support for SVG and HTML5 media. Performance improvements. Added automatic spell checker for searches.
3.1.1525.17April 16, 2008Improved stability and added security updates.
3.1.2525.21June 19, 2008Improved stability and added security updates.
3.2525.26.13November 13, 2008Added phishing detection, Extended Validation Certificate support, security fixes.
3.2.1525.27.1November 24, 2008Stability improvements.
3.2.2525.28.1February 12, 2009Security updates.
3.2.3525.29.1May 12, 2009Security updates.
Safari 44.0526.12.2June 11, 2008First developer seed. Includes SquirrelFish JavaScript interpreter. Adds ability to save webpages as standalone web applications. Passes Acid3 test. Added optional Windows native font rendering.
528.1.1August 22, 2008Second developer seed. New developer menu, redesigned Web Inspector, and JavaScript developer tools. Also includes elements from the new Webkit versions, such as support for new CSS features, as well as improved support for HTML5 in general.[33]
528.16February 24, 2009Version 4 Public Beta. Added features include a "Top Sites" tool that tracks the user's most recently viewed pages, and notifies the user of content updates; Cover Flow support for history and bookmarks; and full history search. A new, radically redesigned UI, with the tabs now on top, has been implemented. The new Nitro engine (previously code named SquirrelFish Extreme) renders JavaScript 4.2 times faster than the previous release of Safari according to Apple test reports. A newly redesigned set of Developer Tools, Auto-Detect of Google searches and websites, and full page zooming have also been added. The "save page as standalone web applications" feature from the first developer preview of Safari 4 has been removed. Look and feel more native to the Windows UI. Apple font smoothing is now an option; Safari can be configured to adhere to the default Windows system font smoothing setting. The full feature list on Apple's website describes the other 150 new features of Safari 4.
528.17May 12, 2009Public beta. Latest security updates.
4.0.1530.17June 8, 2009Stable release, officially released at WWDC. Tabs, which were located in the title bar in 4.0 beta releases, have been returned to their original location under the bookmarks bar.
4.0.2530.19.1July 8, 2009Improves stability of Nitro JavaScript engine and includes the latest compatibility and security fixes.
4.0.3531.9.1Windows XP, Vista, 7August 11, 2009Stability improvements for webpages that use the HTML5 video tag. Fixes an issue that prevented some users from logging into iWork.com. Fixes an issue that could cause web content to be displayed in greyscale instead of color.
4.0.4531.21.10November 11, 2009Improves JavaScript and Full History Search performance. Improves stability of third-party plug-ins, search field, and Yahoo! Mail. Adds latest security fixes.
4.0.5531.22.7March 11, 2010Improves Top Sites performance. Improves stability for third-party plug-ins and websites with online forms and Scalable Vector Graphics. Fixes issues that prevented Safari from changing settings on some Linksys routers and prevented some iWork.com users from commenting on documents.
Safari 55.0533.16June 7, 2010Added new features including Safari Reader, Bing Search, and Safari Development Tools. Improves JavaScript performance, page caching, and DNS prefetching. Improves support for HTML5. Other improvements and features include smarter address field, tabs settings, search history with date, Top Sites/history button, private browsing icon, XSS auditor, and hardware acceleration.
5.0.1533.17.8July 28, 2010Added a new feature: Safari Extensions. Provides more accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field and timing for CSS animations. Adds better stability when using the Safari Reader keyboard shortcut and scrolling through MobileMe Mail. Fixes display of multipage articles from Rolling Stone in Safari Reader. Fixes an issue that prevented Google Wave and other websites using JavaScript encryption libraries from working correctly on 32-bit systems, an issue that could cause borders on YouTube thumbnails to disappear when hovering over the thumbnail image, an issue that could cause Flash content to overlap with other content on Facebook, Crate and Barrel, and other sites when using Flash 10.1, an issue that prevented boarding passes from American Airlines from printing correctly, and an issue that could cause DNS prefetching requests to overburden certain routers.
5.0.2533.18.5September 7, 2010Fixes issues that prevented submission of web forms, fixes issues that caused incorrect displaying of content in Google Images with Flash Player 10.1 installed, and establishes encrypted and authenticated connection to Safari Extensions Gallery.
5.0.3533.19.4November 18, 2010Improves accuracy of Top Sites, and Top Hit results in address bar. Fixes an issue with Flash 10.1 that caused overlapping webpage content. Improves reliability of pop-up blocking. Fixes an issue affecting playback of videos with rotations or flips. Improves reliability when typing into text fields on Netflix and Facebook. Improves stability with JavaScript extensions and using screen readers.
5.0.4533.20.27March 9, 2011Improves compatibility with webpages with transition effects. Fixes an issue that caused webpages to print with incorrect layouts. Fixes an issue that prevented HTML5 video from playing on YouTube. Fixes an issue that caused content to display incorrectly on webpages with plug-ins.
5.0.5533.21.1April 14, 2011Security update.
5.1534.50July 20, 2011Introduces support for full-screen webpages, media caching, MathML, Web Open Font Format, CSS3 Auto-hyphenation, CSS3 Vertical Text, and CSS3 Text Emphasis. Extension support for popovers, menus, new event classes, and Reader interaction.
5.1.1534.51.22October 12, 2011Adds support for iCloud syncing of bookmarks and Reading List. Improves JavaScript performance. Contains improvements to performance, stability, usability, compatibility, accessibility, and security.
5.1.2534.52.7November 29, 2011Improves stability. Addresses issues with hangs, excessive memory usage, and white flashes within webpages. Allows PDFs to be displayed within web content.
5.1.4534.54.16March 12, 2012Improved Javascript performance. Improve responsiveness when typing into the search field after changing network configurations, or with an intermittent network connection. Address an issue that could cause webpages to flash white when switching between Safari windows. Preserve links in PDFs saved from webpages. Fix an issue that could cause the screen to dim while watching HTML5 video. Improve stability, compatibility, and startup time when using extensions. Allow cookies set during regular browsing to be available after using Private Browsing.
5.1.5534.55.3March 26, 2012Stability improvements.[13]
5.1.7534.57.2May 9, 2012Improve the browser's responsiveness when the system is low on memory. Fix an issue that could affect websites using forms to authenticate users.

iOS[edit]

This article is about versions of Safari for OS X and Windows. For iOS versions, see iOS version history.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  22. ^ http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6367
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