Thursday, June 14, 2007
In his post "Why Safari for Windows looks like a Mac Application", Bertrand Le Roy guesses that the Apple release of Safari for Windows may be to increase the number of developers that can competently develop applications for the IPhone.

This makes complete sense, one big problem for Safari users is that many websites just plain don't work in their browser. Windows developers can't test in Safari without Mac hardware, and many websites are accidently broken when view in Safari.

What a smart move from Apple. By releasing a Windows version of their flagship browser, no Windows developer has an excuse not to test on it!

The only challenge remaining for Apple is to keep the two browsers feature-identical. We don't want an IE5 Win vs IE5 Mac debacle...
Monday, June 25, 2007 8:47:33 AM (New Zealand Standard Time, UTC+12:00)
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