Apple has relocated Safari's favorites section in the latest betas of iPadOS and macOS, putting it back right above the tab bar where it used to be before the controversial redesign.
Safari 15 for Mac ships with controversial changes that include a counterintuitive design for the active tab which makes distinguishing between it and any inactive tabs a lot harder than it ever should be. It's so broken that someone felt compelled enough to write a Safari extension that updates tab appearance to help people actually tell which tab is active.
Apple has boosted the security and privacy of iCloud services further by switching end-to-end encryption for Safari bookmarks, preventing anyone but you from accessing them.
Anyone that searches the web all the time will find value in something that can make that job easier, and that’s just one reason why a newly released jailbreak tweak called DockSearch by iOS developer ginsudev could be of interest; especially if this unique categorization applies to you.
Earlier today, Apple released iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to the public. We're still waiting for the other big update, though. macOS 12 Monterey is still waiting in the wings, which will bring with it plenty of new features to the desktop OS. But today, Apple's dangling a carrot for all of us waiting for that new software.
Safari website tinting in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 is one of those design decisions that many people wish Apple never made. This is an optional feature, but Apple left it turned on by default. Follow these steps if you'd like to stop Safari from tinting the iPhone's status bar with the current website's header color.
With the grand unveiling of the newest version of Safari for iOS and iPadOS, Apple welcomed a few big changes to the experience. The biggest, along with tab groups in general, is that the address bar has been moved to the bottom of the iPhone. However, Apple has been listening to the masses --especially those who have been adamant that the upcoming changes aren't great-- and keeps tweaking that experience ahead of the public launch later this year. And today is no different.
Jailbreaking is a large part of what we do here at iDownloadBlog, and that’s one of the reasons why we so vehemently carry out our mission of helping our readers with jailbreak tweak discovery. This is especially critical given the vast number of decent jailbreak tweaks that jailbreakers often forget about as newer releases come to fruition.
We’ve already curated hand-picked lists of some of the best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14’s Control Center, Home Screen, Keyboard, Lock Screen, Messages app, Now Playing interface, notification system, Status Bar, and widget system, but we won’t stop there because there are still several another facets of Apple’s mobile operating system that can be augmented with third party add-ons.
Apple's response to the Safari compact tabs controversy involves decoupling the tab bar from the URL bar. But one developer took the matter into his own hands, making Safari 5 from OS X Snow Leopard available to use on any macOS version—including the macOS Monterey beta.
Safari's compact tabs on iPad are now entirely optional, and that's awesome news—the latest iPadOS beta now defaults to showing a separate row of tabs, just like Safari on your Mac.
Apple added several new features and redesigned the look for Safari in iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey. The Apple browser now comes with Tab Groups, which allows easy management of tabs in Safari. You can create tab groups, rename them, delete, move tabs around, and more. These Tab Groups will also sync across all your devices, making them accessible everywhere.
Apple implemented some controversial Safari changes with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. To give you a feel of everything new in the Safari browser, we've created this hands-on video walkthrough,