MacStories is reporting that Apple CEO Steve Jobs has emailed a response to a customer inquiring about Safari’s future HTML5 compliance. Jobs simply stated that full HTML5 support was coming “soon.” Jobs just recently addressed the issue of HTML5 in his “Thoughts on Flash” open letter. But as you probably know, Apple doesn’t actually fully […]
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Full HTML5 Support Coming to Safari 'Soon'

MacStories is reporting that Apple CEO Steve Jobs has emailed a response to a customer inquiring about Safari’s future HTML5 compliance. Jobs simply stated that full HTML5 support was coming “soon.” Jobs just recently addressed the issue of HTML5 in his “Thoughts on Flash” open letter.

But as you probably know, Apple doesn’t actually fully support HTML5 in its flagship browser, the desktop version of Safari. Indeed, Safari for Mac (and Windows) doesn’t have official and full support for many HTML5 specs like Geolocation API, Drag and Drop, Form Features and Inline SVG but according to this new email from Steve we received, all this stuff is coming.

Worth noting, is that the HTML5 has not been officially formalized and could still undergo changes even after Apple, or other browser vendors implement features already in use.

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