Software-Hardware Optimization has been shown.
Apple's software and applications have a history of working well in Apple devices. The same may be said with Safari. This web browser was created with the appropriate operating systems and hardware characteristics in mind. By default, it functions well on Mac PCs, iPhones, and iPads.
Acceptable Performance Speed and Level
Chrome and Safari are still the quickest browsers. The performance of this Apple browser, on the other hand, is still acceptable. Furthermore, unlike Chrome and other browsers based on the Chromium codebase, it does not require excessive hardware resources, particularly RAM, due to the software-hardware interaction.
Other Operating Systems do not have this feature.
Safari was available on Windows from 2007 to 2012, however Apple opted to stop developing for platforms outside of its ecosystem. It's only available for Mac OS X, iOS, and iPadOS right now. However, due to the lack of real cross-platform usability, this can be a disadvantage.
Poor security considerations have been criticised.
The browser provides a number of useful privacy tools and features. However, critics have pointed out the lack of other built-in security features that would encourage safe web usage. It does not inform users when they access unencrypted sites and web pages, for example, even when it displays websites with SSL or TSL encryption. In addition, software updates are uncommon.