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Apple Released Safari Technology Preview 170 for Testing and Feedback

Safari Technology Preview 170 is available for download and feedback. It has number of bug fixes for CSS, Forms, Layout, JS, Media, Popover, and Accessibility.
Safari Technology Preview 170: Testing and Feedback

Apple has recently released Safari Technology Preview 170, a new version of its web browser specifically designed for developers. This update brings bug fixes and performance enhancements.

Key changes in Safari Technology Preview 170:

  1. Improved performance: Enhancements have been made to CSS, Forms, Layout, JavaScript, Media, Popover, and Accessibility, resulting in a faster and more responsive browsing experience.
  2. Bug fixes: Various issues, including crashes, hangs, and security vulnerabilities, have been addressed, making Safari more stable and secure.

Safari Technology Preview is a free and open-source browser available for macOS Ventura and macOS Monterey 12.3 or later. It allows developers to test new web technologies and provide valuable feedback to Apple during Safari’s development.

To download Safari Technology Preview, visit the Apple Developer website.

If you already have Safari Technology Preview installed, you can update it in the Software Update pane of System Preferences on macOS Monterey or System Settings under General Software Update on macOS Ventura.

If you’re a developer, we encourage you to try Safari Technology Preview 170 and share your feedback with Apple. Your input will contribute to improving Safari and making it a smooth and excellent web browser.

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