June 9, 2018 IBOMLLC Team

The new features roped into Safari browser to protect your Privacy at the WWDC 2018

SAFARI BROWSER APPLE WWDC 2018

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Now that the hype and fanfare that accompanied Apple’s WWDC 2018 is starting to die down. It’s time to reflect on some of the keynote address, one of which touched on the Safari browser.

Apple gave the thousands of developers (devs) in attendance (both in-person and online) a sneak peek into the upcoming Safari features. But first thing, first! The next version of operating system that will be running on Apple computers is the macOS 10.14 Mojave, while for the mobiles will be the iOS 12.

In the wake of Facebook and Cambridge Analytical abuse of users’ private data, Apple went big on blocking ad-tracking. They have also beefed up security by incorporating browser-fingerprinting techniques. In a nutshell, Apple wants to make your affairs on the internet as private and secure as possible; with the addition of these new features.

Though during the keynote presentations, Apple made these features seem grand; perhaps too grand. Nonetheless, the most noticeable change is that you will be getting popup notification asking you to grant or revoke permission for websites (like Facebook) to use cookies as you browse.

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