A hole in Apple's mobile Safari can be exploited to display a different URL in the address field than the Web site being viewed in the browser.
It looks like Apple is already giving the next major version of iOS a spin on the Web to test out an upcoming version of Safari.
A new exploit targets Apple's Safari browser, this time to bring unsigned code to iOS applications--even if it's passed App Store review.
Apple has begun seeding iOS 5.0.1 to select end users to begin battery testing, according to a report from 9to5Mac. Specifically, the early release of the iOS update is going to users who explained battery issues to AppleCare after the release of iOS 5 earlier this fall.
The iOS security flaw that made waves this week after its finder was booted from Apple's developer program has been fixed in the new version of the software that went out this morning.
This is a simple troubleshooting tip to help resolve occasionally slow or partial page loads, or when a Web page cannot be found.
Safari 5.0.1 has arrived, as the Safari extension gallery is open for business
A number of people have complained about Safari often crashing on their systems. While Apple's latest Safari update (5.0.1) is supposed to address some stability issues with the program, a number of people are complaining of crashes. Here are some things you can try to hopefully clear these problems.
The company updates its Safari Web browser, offering users a gallery with extensions from the likes of Amazon, Bing, MLB.com, and Twitter.
Apple has released an update to Safari 5, which addresses a number of issues with the initial release, including the problem with black backgrounds appearing when generating mail attachments with scripts. In addition, the program has a built-in link to Apple's new extensions gallery for people to download and install extensions.