Safari License Agreement

You can read the current version of the Safari license by calling it in Safari`s help menu or on Appleis` software licensing website. The Windows and Mac versions of the Safari license, which was released there, contain the insulting clause for now. Until 1997, Apple`s Macintosh computers only came with Netscape Navigator and Cyberdog browsers. Internet Explorer for Mac was later added as a standard web browser for Mac OS 8.1 and superior[7] as part of a five-year contract between Apple and Microsoft. During this period, Microsoft released three main versions of Internet Explorer for Mac, which were grouped with Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, although Apple continued to introduce Netscape Navigator as an alternative. Microsoft eventually released a Mac OS X edition of Internet Explorer for Mac, which was included as the default browser in all Mac OS X versions of Mac OS X DP4[8] up to included Mac OS X v10.2. [9] someone never reads the licensing agreements or CARE what he says?… I mean, seriously… Check out the software licensing agreements for the current shipment of Apple products by selecting the corresponding product below. The license has general terms against reverse engineering, copying and sublicensing, with the exception of parties that are open source, and declines guarantees and liability.

[78] Update: According to MacNN, Apple has tacitly changed the license agreement. It is now about “allowing you to install and use a copy of Apple software on any computer that is yours or is controlled by you.” The Appleis license for Safari technically prohibits installation on Windows computers that are not Apple trademarks. The license text — which says that “this license allows you to install and use a copy of Apple software on a single Apple-marked computer at the same time” — was announced during the unrest over Applei`s decision to make Safari available for Windows via the Apple Software Updater, which is available with iTunes on Windows. This licensing agreement was updated on January 28, 2008, including the phrase mentioned above, although the first version of Apple`s Windows Safari was released in 2007 and announced its release on June 11, 2007. The paradoxical clause was first reported by the Italian website setteB.it and gladly transmitted by The Register UK. Apple tracks browser usage. Windows users cannot disable tracking because their license omts If`s opening clause. [79] Other users can opt out and all users can disable location tracking by not using location services. “If you allow diagnostic and use registration, you agree that Apple and its subsidiaries and agents… Use and related information…

For… Services for you (if any) in connection with Apple software… in a form that does not identify you personally… Apple may also provide such a partner or third party with a set of diagnostic information relevant to that partner`s or developer`s software… Apple and its partners, licensees, third-party developers and websites can transfer, collect, manage, process and use your location data… and location queries… in a form that does not identify you personally … You can revoke this consent at any time…

[78] Under macOS, Safari is a cocoa app. [65] It uses Apple`s WebKit to make websites and run JavaScript. WebKit consists of WebCore (based on Konqueror`s KHTML engine) and JavaScriptCore (originally based on the JavaScript kDD engine, called KJS). Like KHTML and KJS, WebCore and JavaScriptCore are free software and are published under the terms of the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENCE. Some of Apple`s improvements to the KHTML code are again merged with the Konqueror project. Apple also publishes an additional code under an open-source license 2 BSD clause. Microsoft was bitten by the same mistake a week or two ago. After downloading the Microsoft Silverlight plugin for Mac, the license said…

[Update: Since then, Apple has modified the Windows version of SLA for Safari for Windows so that this license allows you to install and use a copy of Apple software on any computer that belongs to you or that is in control

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