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Apple’s Safari icon One of Apple’s lead designers for Safari has departed the company to join The Browser Company. The news was announced today by Josh Miller, CEO of The Browser Company. Chance Miller for 9to5Mac: ‎ The Browser Company is the company behind the increasingly popular Arc web browser, which claims to offer “a calmer, more personal” internet browsing experience. In his announcement on social media, Miller said that Charlie Deets is joining The Browser Company after five years at Apple. Miller describes Deets as one of the two Safari lead designers on Apple… Deets confirmed his move to The Browser Company on his personal X account. Extremely excited to start work at @browsercompany today. https://t.co/MD9e8vQdqL — Charlie Deets…
If you stumble across a webpage or link in a different language, you can instantly translate the website to English directly from Safari. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)
Safari comes with loads of privacy features that can keep your browsing activity hidden from ad networks, user tracking and data farms. (via Cult of Mac - Apple news, rumors, reviews and how-tos)
As Apple prepares to comply with the Digital Markets Act, the company is turning off the ability to use web apps right from the iPhone’s Home Screen in the European Union. Javier Espinoza for Financial Times: ‎ The EU has taken the first steps towards a formal investigation into Apple, over a decision to cut off access to some applications that bypass its app store as Brussels steps up scrutiny over the iPhone-maker’s business. The bloc’s competition regulators sent questions to developers last week seeking to determine the impact of Apple’s decision to disable so-called “progressive web apps” in the EU, in a move seen as a precursor towards an in-depth probe. Apple has said that, from next month, it…
Apple’s Safari icon Apple announced a raft of iOS in the European Union yesterday, as it prepares for the March 7th enforcement of the bloc’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), including significant browser-related changes to iOS in the EU. Natasha Lomas for TechCrunch: ‎ Currently, Apple sets its Safari browser as the default on iOS — and while users of its mobile platform can dig into settings and specify another default browser (if they’ve downloaded one) Apple’s platform does not exactly make it obvious to iOS users that this is a possibility. The regulation then essentially stipulates that gatekeepers must show a choice screen at users’ first use of a core platform service — letting them choose from a list of…
Apple today announced changes to iOS, Safari, and the App Store impacting developers’ apps in the European Union (EU) to comply with the Digital Markets Act (DMA). The changes include more than 600 new APIs, expanded app analytics, functionality for alternative browser engines, and options for processing app payments and distributing iOS apps. Across every change, Apple is introducing new safeguards that reduce — but don’t eliminate — new risks the DMA poses to EU users. With these steps, Apple will continue to deliver the best, most secure experience possible for EU users. The new options for processing payments and downloading apps on iOS open new avenues for malware, fraud and scams, illicit and harmful content, and other privacy and…
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