Apple has released the latest version of its Safari browser for macOS Catalina and High Sierra, before the release of Big Sur later this year. Safari 14 enhances browser tabs, adds a new privacy feature, and offers new customization options for your homepage. You can download it by going to the System Preferences app and clicking “Software Update.”
One of the major enhancements that comes with the latest version of Safari is improved tab management. The tabs themselves have been redesigned to be more space efficient, by default displaying site favicons and previewing each tab while holding the mouse over them. There̵
Some new Safari features require macOS Big Sur to run and are not available if you update Safari to an older version of the operating system, 9to5Mac reports. These include support for 4K HDR video and the browser’s built-in translation feature.
Yesterday, a number of updates to the Apple operating system were released, including iOS 14 for iPhones, iPadOS 14 for iPads, tvOS 14 for Apple TV and watchOS 7 for Apple Watches. You still have a little longer time to wait to update your Mac, but at least you can grab the new browser now.