Although Apple once released safari for the Windows platform, the project stopped developing a few years ago. Currently, Apple only offers Safari on its Mac, iPhone and iPad devices. But in the future, the company could still release Achromium-based Safari for Windows users, according to a new report.
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Recently, an Apple employee invited A Chromium developer to activate the “Smart Tracking Prevention” technology tag in the Problem Tracking Tool for Chromium 80.
In addition to the post content, we also saw a screenshot of safari based on the Chromium kernel running on Windows. Unsurprisingly, the post was deleted within hours of posting.
As for why Apple is pushing Windows Safari again, some have speculated that the company is looking after most iPhone users who use Windows PCs.
When they use Google Chrome on the Windows platform, or suffer privacy damage, Apple wants to do something about it.
As a long-standing value of the company, the re-installed Version of Windows Safari is expected to deliver an enhanced privacy experience. Whether it can be recognized by the market remains to be seen.