Apple updates Safari with Spotlight searching, tab views, & a new JavaScript compiler

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Today, Apple announced a complete redesign of the Safari browser, set to debut with the next major release of OS X, “Yosemite.”

The redesigned browser will ship with a new “tab view” feature, which organizes browser tabs; Spotlight search integration with Google Knowledge Graph-like features; and new sharing functionality.

Here’s a look at the new sharing features:

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In addition, Apple shared that Safari now features a new JavaScript compiler, which is “in a league of its own,” Apple claims.

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