How do I update Safari on my Mac Mini?
Update Safari on Mac
- From the Apple menu in the corner of your screen, choose System Preferences.
- In the System Preferences window, click Software Update. If your System Preferences doesn’t include Software Update, use the App Store to get updates instead.
- Install any updates or upgrades shown.
How do I update Safari on an old Mac?
Update Safari on macOS
- Open the App Store. Click the Apple menu icon in the top left-hand corner of your screen.
- Go to the Updates tab.
- Find and activate the Safari update.
- App Store will now update Safari on macOS.
- Safari is now up to date.
What is the latest version of Safari for Mac?
|Operating system||Operating system version||Latest Safari version|
|macOS||OS X 10.11 El Capitan||11.1.2 (July 9, 2018)|
|macOS 10.12 Sierra||12.1.2 (July 22, 2019)|
|macOS 10.13 High Sierra||13.1.2 (July 15, 2020)|
|macOS 10.14 Mojave||14.1.2 (September 13, 2021)|
Do I need to update Safari on my Mac?
Safari is the default browser on macOS, and while it’s not the only browser you can use on your Mac, it’s by far the most popular. However, like most software, in order to keep it running correctly, you must update it whenever there is an update available.
Why can’t I update my Safari?
With newer versions of macOS, your Safari isn’t updating because Apple has removed browser updates via the App Store. Now you can simply update macOS instead of manually updating Safari. If you’re using macOS High Sierra or earlier and don’t want to upgrade macOS, you can update Safari in the App Store.
How do I upgrade to latest version of Safari?
How to update Safari on your Mac
- Go to System Preferences and select Software Update.
- Wait for your Mac to check for updates.
- If there’s an available update, click Upgrade Now.
- To automatically receive macOS and Safari updates, check the box that says Automatically keep my Mac up to date.
Why doesn’t my Mac have the latest update?
There are several reasons you might be unable to update your Mac. However, the most common reason is a lack of storage space. Your Mac needs to have enough free space to download the new update files before it can install them. Aim to keep 15–20GB of free storage on your Mac for installing updates.
Can older Macs be upgraded?
Starting with Mojave Apple did not allow older Macs to upgrade to newer macOS versions. With every new macOS release the minimum year of Mac hardware increases. While most pre-2012 officially cannot be upgraded, there are unofficial workarounds for older Macs.