For anyone using Apple, browsing with Safari is the go-to option. Safari's built-in integration makes it the most convenient browser for those who regularly use multiple Apple products.
Safari is faster than other browsers when using your Mac, iPhone or iPad. It also works with iCloud, which makes it easy to share and store files and photos between devices.
Since Safari was specifically designed to work with Apple products, using it as your primary web browser allows you to get better performance and faster speeds than using other browsers. In fact, Apple's website states that since Safari won't drain your device's battery, you can enjoy two additional hours of browsing time and four additional hours of video streaming when compared to Chrome and Firefox.
Security is another area where Safari really shines. Third-party cookie blocking and protection against fraudulent sites are just a few features that are built into the browser. Safari also uses something called "sandboxing," which runs webpages as separate processes and prevents malicious code from spreading throughout your system.
No matter which web browser you use, they each have their pros and cons. Click here to see which web browsers are the worst when it comes to draining your battery.