Apple Safari Browser Feature All Tracking Cookies Block by Default

The new privacy feature added in the Safari Browser brings an intelligent tracking all third party cookies block protection by default pushed date next month via official OTA.

Apple iOS 14 code revels Safari’s ITP will be rolled with iOS 13.4 , iPadOS 13.4, Safari 13.1 update pushed to next month. The new privacy feature added in the Safari Browser brings an intelligent tracking all third party cookies block protection by default pushed date next month via official OTA.

The announcement was made in WebKit blog post by Apple’s John Wilander behind this feature. According to Wilander, Safari now block all third party cookies, meaning it will not allow advertisers or websites to track a user’s online tracking behavior until users surfing web. Tracking cookies allow advertisement to pushed users web browser.

Apple says the full report on third-party cookies and cookies for cross-site resources are now blocked by default across the board. This is significant improvement for privacy since it removes any sense of exceptions. Apple Safari isn’t first browser while Brave browser and Mozilla Firefox was the first browser to block this tracking cookies and newly launch Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium comes with tracking protection in build.

Apple’s browser will start blocking all third-party cookies by default. Do let us know in the comment section , Do you like browsing on Apple Safari , if you are macoS user.