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Last Update Implemented Safari 4

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Austral, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. Austral

    Austral Member

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    Not bad, too. Much faster browser. Able to access trafficland.com, waze.com, etc. but some obvious limitations remain. On trafficland, I was able to see traffic camera pictures "quickly." At least my passengers will have something constructive to do from time-to-time. Thanks Tesla.
     
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  2. Austral

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    Also able to remain logged into email and yelp.
     
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    Tesla's web browser is NOT Safari. It is based on Webkit, same as Safari, but it's not Safari. User agent reports as Safari, but that's not really the case. The latest version of Safari proper is 10.0, which I'm sure uses a much more recent version of Webkit than does Tesla.
     
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    By "last update" you mean 7.1 (2.36.31)?
     
  5. Austral

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    @cgiGuy, yes.

    @AmpedRealtor, thanks--appreciate the correction. Prior to the update, websites I used did not recognize it as Safari. They must have been a change.
     

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