Apple Safari. Image credit: Apple
Since the launch of Safari in 2003, Mac users haven’t had to settle for a slow web browsing experience. Then Firefox joined the party in 2004, and most recently, a beta version of Google’s Chrome web browser was released for Mac OS X.
Safari has been very successful for Apple. But back in 1996, Apple developed a piece of software that combined a number of Internet tools into one “Internet suite” application that didn’t last very long. This software included a web browser, e-mail client and newsreader, among other things.