Apple OS X Tiger & Safari 1.3

Apple have recently announced that the new version of OS X is about to be released, code named Tiger. Among some of the 200+ cool features being added into the system this time, the most significant one I have anything to do with (since I don’t own a Mac, however I recently purchased an iPod Mini), is Safari.

Safari 1.3 boasts a huge feature set, improved performance, thousands of bug fixes; the list is long.

This really is making the gap between every other browser and Internet Explorer more and more evident. Essentially, the top 5 browsers out side of IE now have full support for the standards; to me this is just a wonderful thing. In the near future, maybe we’ll be without CSS hacks for the other quality browsers and maybe, just maybe, it’ll push Microsoft to join the game.