Apple’s Safari 18 Browser Introduces AI-Powered Tools

Apple tests Safari 18 with AI-driven Smart Search, Web Eraser, and visual search features, set for release in late 2024.

On May 26, it was reported that Apple is testing an upgraded version of the Safari browser, featuring interface enhancements, advanced content blocking, and new AI-driven tools such as “Smart Search.”

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Scheduled for release in late 2024 as Safari 18, these tools are being evaluated alongside updates to iOS 18 and macOS 15.

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Engineers can find the new page control menu switch in the browser’s address bar.

Apple Safari 18

This menu consolidates all page control tools, including the new “Smart Search” feature, which uses Apple’s device-based AI technology to identify and summarize webpage content.

Apple's LLM software

This tool leverages Ajax language learning models to highlight key themes and keywords.

Another feature under testing is the “Web Eraser,” allowing users to remove specific parts of a webpage, such as ads or text while retaining these changes even after closing the page.

The browser will notify users of these modifications when revisiting the page and offer options to restore the original content.

Additionally, Apple is developing a more powerful visual search feature, expected to be integrated system-wide by 2025.

This feature will enable users to obtain information about consumer goods directly from images in Safari.

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