Sparkle also performs basic (but not deep) validation for testing if the new application is archived/distributed correctly as you intended.
If you both code-sign your application and include a public DSA key for signing your update archive, Sparkle allows issuing a new update that changes either your code signing certificate or your DSA keys.
The i Phone was formally released on June 29, 2007.
It includes a version of Safari based on the same Web Kit rendering engine as the desktop version, but with a modified feature set better suited for a mobile device.
During that time, Microsoft released three major versions of Internet Explorer for Mac that were bundled with Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, though Apple continued to include Netscape Navigator as an alternative.
Microsoft ultimately released a Mac OS X edition of Internet Explorer for Mac, which was included as the default browser in all Mac OS X releases from Mac OS X DP4 On January 7, 2003, at Macworld San Francisco, Steve Jobs announced that Apple had developed their own web browser, called Safari.
Safari 2.0 was released on April 29, 2005, as the only web browser included with Mac OS X v10.4.
This version was touted by Apple as possessing a 1.8x speed boost over version 1.2.4, but did not yet include the Acid2 bug fixes.
The final stable version of Safari 2, Safari 2.0.4, was released on January 10, 2006 for Mac OS X.
1.0.3, released on August 13, 2004 was the last version to support Mac OS X v10.2, while 1.3.2, released on January 12, 2006 was the last version to support Mac OS X v10.3.
However, 10.3 received security updates through 2007.
The version number of Safari as reported in its user agent string is 3.0, in line with the contemporary desktop versions of Safari.
The first stable, non-beta release of Safari for Windows, Safari 3.1, was offered as a free download on March 18, 2008.
First released in 2003 with Mac OS X Panther, a mobile version has been included in i OS devices since the introduction of the i Phone in 2007. A Windows version, now discontinued, Until 1997, Apple Macintosh computers were shipped with the Netscape Navigator and Cyberdog web browsers only.