Apple has launched a new Safari update, an update available for macOS Catalina and Mojave while still working on Monterey, the next version of Apple's Mac operating system. I'm talking about version 14.1.2, a version that is already available to all users of both operating systems through the Software Update section.
For now, Apple He has not detailed what are the news that arrive with this update, but most likely it will focus on patching security problems, just like it did with Safari update 14.1.1, which released on May 24, an update that fixed up to 9 security problems detected through WebKit and WebRTC both by the Google team and by anonymous researchers.
Normally, Apple waits for the launch of the new versions of macOS to add new functionality or include security updates, as long as you plan to release a new one. For now, Apple is focusing all its efforts on macOS Monterey, a version that in its next beta will include the same version of Safari as the bugs that have been corrected in this new update.
In the next few days, Apple should update the support page to provide details about this new Safari update. Regardless of this information, from I am from Mac we recommend you update as soon as possible to this new version of Safari. However, as soon as Apple provides details about this update, we will inform you promptly.
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