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26 March 2020

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rardin
30 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2

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Safari 13.0.3 for macOS 10.13 and 10.14 are available here, respectively: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/30/12/061-30238/n64j5axyrbdkv49ol0rj3me1ij8nt7rv7h/Safari13.0.3HighSierraAuto.pkg http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/18/07/061-30476/klpioeu2l00532f540gly7aoyibwnejl4w/Safari13.0.3MojaveAuto.pkg
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shethinksfirst
22 June 2020
Version: 13.1.1
Safari is great
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Albabe
27 May 2020
Version: 13.1
13.1.1 was released yesterday. And a Security Update.
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Mac-Freak
27 May 2020
Version: 13.1
Safari 13.1.1 for High Sierra and Mojave: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/59/33/001-09493-A_DI6AEFJZ7W/87ti0h980ebaf2f7eh40xehp32xi2z4pvm/Safari13.1.1MojaveAuto.pkg http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/17/46/061-76194-A_7BNHD7EHXZ/5hnx1yupozav72zybadbe97vjowmexsmqh/Safari13.1.1HighSierraAuto.pkg
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5
DragonMaster
02 March 2020
Version: 13.0.5
I love this Browser. The complaints about not being able to use "CRUCIAL extensions" is a bit misleading because many of those have been replaced by as good or better alternatives. Yes, if you insist on using the "CRUCIAL extensions" of the past several mainstream user sites show you how to use them if you insist and with minimal effort.
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nikmpetrov59
15 February 2020
Version: 13.0.5
Safari has the satellite-site t.irtyck.com. It joins and switched off only safari. To see it it is possible: safari-preference-websites-reader. To remove it it is impossible anything. In a computer it is not present, there is with Safari. Apple too undertakes nothing. Finishes that, as safari it is impossible to remove. More shortly, you want a headache - load safari. Be protected this bad browser.
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Derekcurrie
30 January 2020
Version: 13.0.5
"Purchase now"??? No such thing. The link to 'Purchase' Safari simply goes to Apple's Safari info page. If you for some reason actually want Safari 13, you get it from the "Software Update" System Preferences pane, if your Mac supports it. - - Meanwhile, I personally recommend NOT updating to Safari 13 specifically due to Apple destroying the ability to use CRUCIAL Safari Extensions with full capability. These include the illustrious uBlock Origin extension. It's developer is fed up with Apple and abandoned updating his extension for Safari 13. Hobbled is AdBlock Plus such that its blocking blacklist ability is gone. Users of 1Password are forced to pay for version 7 in order to simply continue using its Safari extension. AdGuard is gone! The DuckDuckGo Private Search extension is gone! SessionRestore is gone! What is available as Safari 13 extensions is an odd list of 'Who's This?' obscure odds and ends, lots of payware and various hobbled junk (IMHO). Safari 13 is an Apple FAILure. If you can manage to keep or restore Safari 12, I highly recommend doing so. And note that I work daily with Mac security, and I'm saying that! Shameful.
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Scion777
29 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
Safari 13.0.5 for Mac OS 10.13.x High Sierra -- http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/15/52/061-55346-A_1BG1GP8ECO/up3nf1cayr9nips82spt7vk34t52e5s9ao/Safari13.0.5HighSierraAuto.pkg
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Scion777
29 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
MacUpdate Admin: Safari 13.0.5 is out
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banana-joe
19 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
please make ublock origin available again! it's the most efficient browser for mac. i don't know how apple does it, but chrome, edge (the new one) and firefox are all more resource hungry. that's my only criticism. that's why i only give it a 4 star rating
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gotechnocious
07 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
Thanks for the information. However, if you find any issues after mac update checks this blog here. https://techstuffsarena.com/
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gotechnocious
07 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
Thanks for the information. However for more tech information, check this blog
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Grafovich
03 January 2020
Version: 13.0.4
I was good... was. F***** Apple killed Extensions! Best feature is gone now. App Store add-ons are crappy and need to launch an app every time i reboot a machine. Hate Apple with it's "new-way software". Even when i restored a copy of Sierra with Safari 12.1.2, it has deleted all installed extensions! Why, how? It's even not a 13 ver. F*** you Apple. Tim Cook must leave.
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rohanrandhawa112
28 December 2019
Version: 13.0.4
This app is too good
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rohanrandhawa112
28 December 2019
Version: 13.0.4
Yes this app is good for me
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rardin
12 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Safari 13.0.4 is included with the Catalina 10.15.2 update, but also available for High Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/40/20/061-49180-A_EZBQLGXSKE/vkg8b7z2yzvgmyo9sagaa9gejq7jp6525t/Safari13.0.4HighSierraAuto.pkg and Mojave: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/34/21/061-49175-A_H5579HY5LH/caq4203cu2klp24wpiw6n8fkjdqv1dxkl3/Safari13.0.4MojaveAuto.pkg
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Andreasuk
12 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Safari 13.0.4 for Mojave: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/34/21/061-49175-A_H5579HY5LH/caq4203cu2klp24wpiw6n8fkjdqv1dxkl3/Safari13.0.4MojaveAuto.pkg
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Scion777
11 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Safari 13.0.4 for Mac OS 10.13 High Sierra - http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/40/20/061-49180-A_EZBQLGXSKE/vkg8b7z2yzvgmyo9sagaa9gejq7jp6525t/Safari13.0.4HighSierraAuto.pkg
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Dp-G4-450guy
11 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
does anyone have the direct-links for v13.0.4 ?
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Dp-G4-450guy
11 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
anyone has the link for Safari 13.0.4
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Dp-G4-450guy
11 December 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Apple Safari 13.0.4 is out. Links?
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shtiger
05 November 2019
Version: 13.0.3
What the h*** happened to the URLs? Not only are all my links showing up as "about:blank" (with a fully loaded page), but my tabs don't show what they are either. I have four tabs open, none labelled, and I have no idea what they are without clicking on each one. I hate this new version!
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kev-13
02 November 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Download iosemus
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Derekcurrie
31 October 2019
Version: 13.0.3
Apple‘s ruination of extensions, no longer supporting WebExtensions, offering only junk new, or hobbled old extensions wrecked Safari. I maintain v12.x on my Macs and only use v13 via Safari Technical Preview. Firefox is now my default browser.
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rardin
30 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
Safari 13.0.3 for macOS 10.13 and 10.14 are available here, respectively: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/30/12/061-30238/n64j5axyrbdkv49ol0rj3me1ij8nt7rv7h/Safari13.0.3HighSierraAuto.pkg http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/18/07/061-30476/klpioeu2l00532f540gly7aoyibwnejl4w/Safari13.0.3MojaveAuto.pkg
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sabrialkahlil71
27 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
iPhones
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sabrialkahlil71
27 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
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Mac-Freak
21 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
Safari 13.0.2 - 2nd Update swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/26/11/061-32986-A_D9XJ6KU7U7/84x12rq4ht7wvi4wwo16y6asq95iyw3kva/Safari13.0.2MojaveAuto.pkg swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/28/01/061-32973-A_BYHSHD1EYJ/v79zx27wby4csdvb161xglrpec427rgn3a/Safari13.0.2HighSierra.pkg
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bcuzbcuz
19 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
Either it's the new mac update or the new Safari update, but Safari isn't worth crap now. ALL the other browsers are faster.
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robbmckenzie
19 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
My MAC apparently did an auto upgrade on Safari last night. Whenever I attempt to access a web site the Safari closes down! What has Apple done to me?
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sinjohansen
16 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
This browser goes backwards in development. STILL no favicons in Bookmarks bar. Hello Apple, please welcome 2019. So want to like this browser but so restricted on customising it that it´s down right pathetic.
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Sindroid
16 October 2019
Version: 13.0.2
It is so way behind other browser. It´s fast and perfectly optimised for Mac. But as long as Apple can´t sort the problem of NOT having Favicons in Bookmarks bar i will never ever use it..
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Mac-Freak
29 September 2019
Version: 13.0.1
For Mojave: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/20/52/041-88937-A_82KXGV6YE3/l5w5xx65lkxi9zvce2pwwc0rrs8cx8wvoh/Safari13.0.1MojaveAuto.pkg For High Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/41/46/091-58885-A_KVZJXS0KNU/tcpkev88s30ezg1apij0ezd9hz86s1fsq3/Safari13.0.1HighSierra.pkg
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Scion777
26 September 2019
Version: 13.0.1
AVOID. Not only does it kill all your extensions - unless they are part of this 'new improved Apple-approved group from the App Store' - but it also is extremely hard to remove. Ars Technica and a couple of other sites have a procedure to do this, but it is tedious. Big mistake with this release, Apple. Tim Cook MUST GO!
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Derekcurrie
25 September 2019
Version: 13.0.1
Disappointments: - - 1) Old extensions dead. - - 2) Apple removed Extension Builder from the Develop menu, making it impossible to convert old format extensions to the new format in Safari 13. - - 3) The available new extensions for Safari from the App Store remains very limited and significantly unimpressive. - - 4) No WebP image support. There is no reason why. Safari iOS supports WebP! The code to support it is open source! Apple had WebP working in Safari 10 beta, but pulled it! The WebP image format is now an Internet standard. Users have to use ANY other browser to see them. - - 5) Inexplicably, after all the UNsafe "safe" files Mac users have had infect their computers, Safari General Preferences still has 'Open "safe" files after downloading' and it's still checked ON by default. The worst of the 'safe' files Safari opens by default are PDF format, still frequently found to be infected with malicious scripts that can damage Macs. This is the single oldest ongoing Apple enabled security blunder in Safari. We can't have decent Safari extensions, but infected 'safe' files automatically open. That's ridiculous. Who keeps screwing this up, over all these years of Safari? Unfathomable. (o_0)
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Albabe
25 September 2019
Version: 12.1.2
So... MacUpdate is dead now? 2 (Two) Safaris out and neither one mentioned.
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Derekcurrie
21 September 2019
Version: 12.1.2
DO NOT Install Safari 13 unless you've given up on ever running most beloved extensions ever again. Safari 13 KILLS ALL previous extensions D E A D forever, no workarounds left to use. As such, I reinstalled macOS 10.14.6. That killed off Safari 13 and reinstalled Safari 12.1.2 along with my fave extension functionality. - - IF Apple had bothered to help translate ALL the previous extensions to the new format, I might not be annoyed. But they didn't! Left out in the cold: (1) Full functionality of AdBlock Plus, now it's wimpy (2) UBlock Origin, dead, that's unacceptable (3) DuckDuckGo Private Search... and about 20 less critical extensions I use on a regular basis. - - Funny thing is, I work with computer security and have no comprehension what benefit gutting Safari extensions has for Apple users. IMHO this is merely a Marketing Mess concocted as a wrong way for extension developers to charge for their code. It could have been done the right way. But instead Apple users must SUFFER to use Safari. Bad move Apple, yet again! The trend is now well established and I disapprove.
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Albabe
20 September 2019
Version: 12.1.2
13 is out. Pay attention macUpdate
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Scion777
20 September 2019
Version: 12.1.2
Safari 13.0 was just pushed on Software Update via App Store.
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rardin
23 July 2019
Version: 12.1.1
Apple released Safari 12.1.2 earlier today. for Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/39/48/041-62930/6bwouqqzrf7uhexxs7z0k9ntun8ec0kmew/Safari12.1.2Sierra.pkg for High Sierra: http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/56/57/041-56829/gd0grk5m1bos9qcnc63nqpbbe2x18xbtie/Safari12.1.2HighSierraAuto.pkg
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Scion777
14 May 2019
Version: 12.1.1
new Apple Safari 12.1.1 links for Sierra & High Sierra? :-) thanks!
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fkome
26 March 2019
Version: 12.1
Ok
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Scion777
25 March 2019
Version: 12.0.3
Safari 12.1 sec update is now available via the App Store ....... direct links? Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave?
Says it requires 6.8 GB free space to install.
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Bobbysdad
10 March 2019
Version: 12.0.3
Apple's latest Safari [12.0.3] has killed off the ability to use Tab Reloader. That is so sad..... :-(
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Scion777
23 January 2019
Version: 12.0.2
Safari 12.0.3 was issued today. It's on Software Update/App Store. Direct links, anyone? :-)
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papavince-29
11 December 2018
Version: 12.0.2
Even 1 star is more than this deserves. I want my old version of Safari back! What Apple has done with this latest version is a complete disgrace, and they should be ashamed of themselves! How DARE they censor what I can or cannot view on my own computer? Not only does this version block me from my health sites, it has also wiped out every single one of my passwords and all of my extensions, rendering my computer basically worthless! If Apple does not revert back, I will never again purchase another Apple product.
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Derekcurrie
09 December 2018
Version: 12.0.2
IMPORTANT! All versions of Safari 12 through 12.0.2 contain a security vulnerability current titled "WebKit-RegEx-Exploit", for which a PoC, Proof of Concept, has been published. IF you demand maximum security from Safari, it is important to upgrade to the latest Safari Technology Preview, currently Release 71 (Safari 12.1, WebKit 146071.15), which has patched this exploit. Unfortunately, MU is far behind in its listing of Safari Technology Preview; Therefore, I recommend downloading it DIRECTLY from Apple via their Developer website at this page: https://developer.apple.com/safari/download/ Details about the Safari 12 'WebKit-RegEx-Exploit' are available here: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/webkit-vulnerability-affects-latest-versions-of-apple-safari/
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Scion777
05 December 2018
Version: 12.0.1
Apple has updated Safari to version 12.0.2
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0.5
Spudfry
10 November 2018
Version: 12.0.1
Even slower & more turd-like than 12. Apple has lost it - transferring to Firefox. 1/2 star mainly for the standard "bug fixes & security improvements' strapline they ALWAYS roll out.
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DragonMaster
08 October 2018
Version: 12.0.1
Yes it is fast and pretty, but it is to damn controlling with its CANNOT CREATE A SAFE CONNECTION or THIS EXTENSION IS NOT SAFE! Far too many sites cannot be reached and tools cannot cannot be used that are safe, because of these restrictions. Most of the extensions you use are no longer useable because Apple has decide that they are not secure…such as ExpressVPN, Ghostery and many others. The alternatives in the App Store are nowhere near as good as what you have been using, and are often more expensive, and less flexible. I hate to say it because I do love Apple and most of its apps, this one is not the browser to have if you want to have a choice of what YOU want to do on your Mac. FireFox is a far better alternative.
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lchriste-1
01 October 2018
Version: 12.0
Known issue for some Mac computers running Safari 12 per Apple engineering: Spotlight search is broken. This requires a nonexistent patch to fix (or restore from backup prior to 9/24). Current fix: don't update from Safari 11. I am running Mac OS Sierra 10.12.6. on a 2017 MBPro 15" with touchbar and 16G memory. Spotlight searches abort within a few keystrokes. Simultaneously, I am sometimes experiencing start up screen flashing and delays--generally miscellaneous bizarre occurrences. I am also experiencing trouble with Dictation not working (no discernible pattern--it just stops working after awhile--usually 1 or 2 sleep sessions) Deleting certain library files worked for awhile (a few days) but now it has quit again. Fix: go to system prefs, turn off dictation, close system prefs, Open system prefs, turn on dictation, closest system prefs. Sometimes requires a restart prior to turning on dictation again. I did not Record which library files can be deleted but I believe this fix is available online (or call Apple). I have been using Apple products for over 30 years. My experience with the 2016 MacBook Pro (which after many months of troubleshooting, over the span of a year and a half, had to be replaced) and now the 20 17 MacBook Pro has been abysmal re: the hardware and software. (When it is good, it is very, very good. When it is bad it is horrid.). I can no longer recommend Apple computers to my friends since there has been such a huge breach of trust regarding reliability. AppleCare is wonderful, but not when one must spend one's life using it!! Wake up Apple!
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