Safari on iOS 9.3
Responsive Images, iPhone SE, shrink-to-fit and other new APIs
iOS 9, Safari and the Web
3D Touch, new Responsive Web Design, Native integration and HTML5 APIs
iOS 8 and iPhone 6 for web developers and designers
next evolution for Safari and native webapps
New minimal UI mode and old bugs on Safari
Safari on iOS 5
HTML5 evolution for iPhone and iPad
Is Apple trying to hinder PhoneGap and other HTML5 frameworks with iOS 4.3?
Last week Apple released iOS 4.3 and the new Nitro engine was presented inside Safari on iOS for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The iPad 2 with iOS 4.3 is on its way in US and worldwide in next days. However, a new situation was discovered last days alarming a lot of developers: Nitro is not available for PhoneGap and other webapp-related solutions. Is it a deliberate attempt to hinder PhoneGap and other HTML5 frameworks?
What’s new on Safari for iPhone 4.3 and iPad 4.3
Once more, we have an iOS update for iPhone, iPod and iPad: version 4.3. And like previous versions, I was playing with Safari, the native browser, to see what’s new for web designers and developers. And here are the results.
iPhone 4 and iOS 4 Safari detection & behavior
As you may know, iPhone 4 was released a few days ago; I didn’t buy an iPhone 4, but I’ve just been in Apple Store San Francisco making some testing over iPhone 3GS with iOS4, iPhone 4 and also with my iPad (iOS 3.2) and iPod Touch (iOS 3.1). After that, I’ve found many interesting behaviors that worth to be mentioned here. Unfortunately, there is no official documentation in Safari Guidelines for iPhone 4 yet to listen an official version.
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