Today we are pleased to announce Safari 16.3, our first release of many coming this year. With it, WebKit provides multiple bug fixes and feature polish.
MediaQueryList.matchesto update the parent document layout for viewport-dependent media queries.
- Fixed transfers of min and max sizes for CSS
aspect-ratioto be constrained by defined sizes.
gapto be accounted for by using the unclamped subgrid track sizes to compute track positions.
- Fixed calculating block size to use the correct box-sizing.
- Fixed the transferred
maxsizes to be constrained by defined sizes.
- Fixed: Use intrinsic ratio of replaced elements when computing flex sizes.
- Fixed negative content sizes when using
box-sizing: border-boxwith border and padding.
- Fixed setting
scrollTopon a fixed element with overflow breaking scrolling on a page with
- Fixed replaced elements with aspect ratio and size in one dimension to respect the min and max constraints in the opposite dimension.
- Fixed decompressing content downloaded via
- Fixed downloads served from a service worker that uses preload.
- Fixed: Added an error event when link preload fails synchronously.
- Fixed Cross-Origin-Embedder-Policy incorrectly blocking scripts.
- Fixed Authorization header used for subsequent 301 redirects when the request header changes.
- Fixed showing a dialog element when the target is a shadow host with a focus delegates.
Content Security Policy
- Added support for the
- Fixed: Check for
- Fixed: Added an error event when Content Security Policy blocks inline stylesheets.
- Fixed web audio becoming garbled with switching from speakers to headphones.
- Fixed video track’s size settings in the second MediaStream created when the
aspectRatioconstraint is applied.
- Fixed showing Media Session API artwork.
- Fixed “A MediaStreamTrack ended due to a capture failure” error when selecting bluetooth headphones as an audio input device.
- Fixed WebVTT styles to apply with in-band tracks.
- Fixed alternate VPx codec names to support
- Fixed MouseClick
offsetYon a foreign object in an SVG to be relative to the element rather than relative to the SVG container.
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Updating to Safari 16.3
Safari 16.3 is available for macOS Ventura, macOS Monterey, macOS Big Sur, iPadOS 16, and iOS 16. You can update to Safari 16.3 on macOS Monterey or macOS Big Sur by going to System Preferences → Software Update → More info, and choosing to update Safari. To update macOS Ventura, iOS or iPadOS, go to Settings → General → Software Update.