Apple made public today the beta versions of the web browser Safari 10 for OS X 10.11 El Capitan and OS X 10.10 Yosemite, making it possible for developers to access new features and improvements in Safari extensions, a redesigned interface favorites, among other things.
Safari 10 is only available for the moment through the website of Apple developers. The web browser for OS X Yosemite and El Capitan presents an opportunity for those users who do not want or can not download the beta of Sierra macOS which was recently presented, giving them a chance to try the latest version of Safari in beta. Safari 10 will come bundled with the new operating system for Mac later this year.
Apple asks developers to focus on the following areas for evaluation:
- Safari Extensions
- Development application extensions Safari
- The new side of markers, including bar double-click a folder to focus on
- Redesigned favorites and history
- zoom lens
- automatic recharge
- Reading Improvement
- Plug-ins HTML5 and legacy
- Ability to reopen recently closed tabs
- Tips for Top Hits Spotlight
- Best ranking of frequently visited sites
- Sheets timelines web inspector
- Debugging using the web inspector
Besides the above, developers evaluate the software on OS X 10.11 Captain should concentrate on developing application extensions Safari among other things.
Apple introduced the Safari browser in 10 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this month, highlighting certain key features such as the ability to watch videos in "Picture in picture" and make purchases through "Apple Pay". These more advanced features will be exclusive to Sierra macOS and therefore are not available in the current beta version of Safari.