Apple Releases Safari 6.0.2 for Mac

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    Apple today released a new version of Safari for Mac, bringing the browser up to version 6.0.2. The update is available through the Mac App Store or Software Update. However, full update notes are not yet available.
    Article Link: Apple Releases Safari 6.0.2 for Mac
     
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    Error message showing up when trying to download here - will try again tomorrow.
     
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    I'm getting the following error when trying to update to Safari 6.0.2. Looks like a common problem.

    The operation couldn’t be completed. (NSURLErrorDomain error -3001.)(102)

    iPhoto and XCode updated successfully.
     
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    Security changelog can be found here: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5568 (for a very short time this link was on the HT1222 page, but they removed it.)
    Really interesting, they are crediting people for finding these security gaps. Has that happened before?

    I also get the error when trying to download by the way.
     
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  8. Patriot24, Nov 1, 2012
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    I was able to download and install the update without incident.

    I really wish Apple would invest a little more in Safari. There are a couple of obvious features that all other browsers have that, if implemented in Safari, would push me to dump Chrome and use Safari as my daily driver.
     
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    Can't download anything. It's giving me an error code. When I press OK, the update disappears.
     
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    I'm also unable to download this update.

    Getting this error:
    "The operation couldn’t be completed.
    (NSURLErrorDomain error -3001.)(102)"
     
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    I take back what I said earlier. It downloads Aperture, attempts to install, then restarts the download. I can't get it to successfully install.
     
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    Nothing but errors in here as well. Get it together Apple.
     
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    I really wish Apple would reduce Safari's memory usage. At no point should "Safari Web Content" use up 1.99GB of RAM!!!
     
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    If you're having troubles updating via MAS try the direct download (I've got only the URL of the ML build): swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/53/02/041-8081/2jwp4wjrwygtm4lc608qy4h0n4a9yyq37g/Safari6.0.2Mountain.pkg
    (removed the "http://" from the beginning so that it doesn't create a direct link from here)
     
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    I agree. I have 16GB of RAM at my disposal, but Safari still shouldn't constantly be using 2GB of it.
     
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    any l performance updates listed on the apple changelog?
     
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    Depends on what you are doing. If I'm actually opening 150 tabs, then I don't mind Safari using 4GB.
     
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    They better be fixing the memory issue and the graphics issues. That crap has been here for four months.
     
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  24. dethmaShine, Nov 1, 2012
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    Oh! At least name them?

    Safari has always worked great for me. I've never been able to get a stable release of Chrome on the Mac. Issues with either the RAM consumption, lag when scrolling or pinching. A mini second of faster access won't change my life though.
     
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