Chris J.

I think the main reason why most sites don't adapt to Safari is because not every company, or not every team of a big company can afford buying a Mac or an iPad for testing purposes.

And even if they do, just because it adds an extra cost to the balance, there is some kind of psychological blocker that prevents them from buying an Apple device for testing.

But you'll notice that when there is no Safari support for a web app, there's almost always a "native app" instead.

Slack, Microsoft Teams, OCS (streaming service), Discord... Some of these web apps are not fully featured unless you install their "native" app counterpart.

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Chris J.

Chris J.

I’m a Tech Enthusiast and a passionate Software Engineer. I write about consumer tech and IT Engineering.