How to Update Safari on Mac to the Latest Version [macOS]

Safari is the built-in web browser for Mac and with every new macOS that you install, you get the latest version of it with new features.

If while browsing a website using Safari, you get a message that your browser is out of date, then you should make sure that you have the latest version of macOS installed on your Mac.

If you are on the latest version of the macOS, and you want to update Safari, then you should follow the below steps.

  1. Click on the Apple icon on the macOS menu bar.
  2. Select System Settings... (System Preferences if on below macOS Ventura 13)
    macOS System Settings Option
  3. Now here you will see "Updates are available for your Mac" and Safari as an option if there are new updates for Safari.
    Safari - Updates are available for your Mac

    In my case, as shown above, only updates for macOS are available, which may, in turn, have Safari updates.

You can know which version of Safari you are on by clicking on Menu: Safari > About Safari

Safari Version

This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.

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