Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 170
Apple has recently rolled out a fresh update for Safari Technology Preview, a browser introduced by Apple back in March 2016 to serve as an experimental platform for testing potential features prior to their inclusion in future Safari releases.
This browser serves as a means for Apple to evaluate and gather feedback on its browser development process from both developers and users alike.
These improvements aim to refine the performance and functionality of Safari Technology Preview.
To facilitate the update process, Apple allows anyone who has previously downloaded the browser to obtain the latest version via the Software Update mechanism found in either System Preferences or System Settings.
This ensures a streamlined and convenient method for users to access the most up-to-date features and enhancements.
Safari Technology Preview 16.4 has been specifically designed to be compatible with macOS Ventura and macOS Monterey versions 12.3 or later.
By offering compatibility with these operating systems, Apple ensures that a broader range of users can benefit from the latest advancements in the browser.
It is worth noting that Safari Technology Preview can be utilized in conjunction with the regular Safari browser, making it a versatile tool for developers and non-developers alike.
Notably, a developer account is not required to download Safari Technology Preview, further lowering the barriers to entry for interested users.
To provide comprehensive information about the changes and updates, Apple has made the full release notes available on the Safari Technology Preview page. This allows users to delve into the specific details of the upgrade and gain a deeper understanding of the enhancements and bug fixes included in version 16.4.