Apple to Announce Safari 5, Mac OS X 10.6.4 Update and Xcode 4 at WWDC 2010

Written By Sam on 7 June 2010

Apple is about to launch its most awaited all new safari 5 at the Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 (WWDC 2010), San Jose, California, US. The tickets has already been sold like hot cakes, months before the conference date was announced. There are handful of new products that would be launched by apple in this conference and Safari 5 is one among them. It looks like Microsoft BING will be the default search engine in Safari 5. And one of the most special feature among the many in Safari 5 is, the browser which has a very attractive address bar same as that of Firefox and also the tab included sideways, that cuts down much of the users time as you don’t need to open a new window again. It is also featured with a new Reader which supports all the features of the HTML5. Also included better page catching and DNS prefetch, that speeds up the browsing. All these features makes it much faster than the other browsers currently available on the Internet.

Also it is said that the updated version of MAC OS X will be announced at the WWDC10. The new Mac OS X 10.6.4 update is very much required for all the users running MAC OS X leopard. The latest update fixes many issues related to the stability, compatibility and security.

Along with Safari 5 and Mac OS 10.6.4 update, launch of Xcode 4 is also scheduled at WWDC10. Xcode is a suite of tools used for developing software on Mac OS X, developed by Apple. The version that is currently available is 3.2.2, This suite runs integrated development environment (IDE). This is the best of information we can give you right now. Do follow TechHail to get all the news from WWDC10.

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