Youngsters simply mature so promptly … On January 7, 2003, Steve Jobs announced at Macworld San Francisco that Apple had developed its very own internet browser called Safari. On that day, the initial beta version was launched. Apple based Safari 1 on its internal fork of the KHTML leaving engine called WebKit.
4 years later on, almost to the day on January 9, 2007, Jobs revealed the iPhone and kept in mind that it would use a mobile version of the Safari browser. 6 months later, at the 2007 WorldWide Developers Seminar, Jobs announced Safari 3 for Mac OS X v10.5, Windows XP and Windows Vista. At the time, Safari 3 was the fastest web internet browser for Windows. Certainly, the business has since fallen assistance for Windows.
We can not wait to view what happens to Safari when it comes to be a teen next year … Meanwhile, here’s the statement of Safari at Macworld in 2003.