Apple released an update on March 12th 2012, which made Safari reach the 5.1.4 version, and    patch numerous bugs all in one single package. Over 72 out of 83 bugs were fixed in this update  because these were deemed to be the most threatning to the user. The other 11 bugs were not as critical because they could not be used to compromise a machine and install malware on it. These bugs existed on not only OSX, but iOS as well, and were patched in the iOS5.1 update which was released last week.
In addition to patches, performance, stability, and compatibility issues were fixed as well. Issues with javascript being sluggish have been dramatically improved as well as the search bar response time. Updates are expected by Apple when a new product is unveiled but over 72 critical bugs are not. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

 

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