So I've been working on a website development project for a client. To test cross-browser functionality, I've been running a copy of Safari for Windows.
Now the interesting thing is when the website captures the browser identity when I connect to it with Safari, here's what it says:
Two things about this. First of all, browser identity shouldn't even include a reference to a platform or OS. Internet explorer reports "IE 7.0" Firefox reports "Firefox 22.214.171.124"). Secondly, it's not the right OS.
Safari for Windows reports that it is actually the "AppleMAC" Safari browser. And yes, I do know a separate part of the request header reports the actual operating system, but still... honest error by Apple or attempt to inflate statistics showing Macintosh/Safari for Mac's market share?
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