The experimental browser Safari Technology Preview, which Apple first unveiled in March 2016, received a new update from Apple today. Apple created the Safari Technology Preview to try out features that could be included in later versions of the browser.
Based on the Safari 16 update, the current Safari Technology Preview version supports features such as Live Text, Passkeys, enhanced Web Extensions, and more that will be included in the upcoming macOS Ventura release.
Contrary to earlier builds, the current build of Safari Technology Preview is compatible with devices running macOS 13.0 Ventura, but it is no longer compatible with macOS Big Sur.
Anyone who has downloaded the browser can access the Safari Technology Preview update using the Software Update feature in System Preferences. On the website for Safari Technology Preview, you may read the update’s complete release notes.
With the Safari Technology Preview, Apple hopes to get feedback on its browser development process from users and developers. Despite being intended for developers, Safari Technology Preview may coexist with the current Safari browser and can be downloaded without a developer account.