Apple adds new features to Safari

Apple's homemade browser is getting smarter, with some fancy new tricks to provide a more seamless browsing experience

Among the slew of MacBook Air refreshes, a new generation Retina Display-toting MacBook Pro and new features for OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has revealed that its Safari browser will be upgraded with some new iCloud-integrated features.

As with Google Chrome, Safari users will be able to make use of a unified search feature which covers the web, your history and bookmarks.

Plus a new feature called iCloud Tabs will also let you see the tabs that you have open on each of your iDevices, allowing seamless uninterrupted surfing whether you're at your desk or browsing on your iDevice.

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