“The browser, available for Mac and Windows, is still lacking many of the components of the HTML5 specification, including drag-and-drop, geolocation and inline SVG,” MacNN reports. “Several of these have been added to the latest beta of Google Chrome, rendering Safari outdated.”
MacNN reports, “The last major desktop version of Safari, Safari 4, was released on June 8th last year; this could suggest that Apple will time an update for this year’s WWDC, scheduled to begin on June 7th.”
Full article, with links to Jobs’ email, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Fred Mertz" for the heads up.]