To update Safari on a Mac, you generally update the entire macOS system since Safari updates are included with macOS updates. Follow these steps:

  1. Check Current Safari Version:
    • Open Safari.
    • Click on “Safari” in the top menu bar and select “About Safari” to see your current version.
  2. Check for macOS Updates:
    • Click on the Apple logo in the top-left corner of your screen.
    • Select “System Preferences.”
    • Choose “Software Update.”
  3. Install macOS Updates:
    • If there’s a macOS update available, click “Update Now” to install it.
    • If Safari updates are included in the macOS update, they will be installed as part of the process.
  4. Restart if Required:
    • After the update is installed, your Mac may prompt you to restart. Follow the instructions and restart your Mac if necessary.
  5. Verify Safari Update:
    • After restarting, open Safari again and go to “About Safari” to confirm that the browser has been updated.

It’s important to note that Safari updates are typically bundled with macOS updates. If you keep your macOS up to date, Safari will also be kept up to date.

Please ensure that you have a backup of your important data before performing system updates, and always follow recommended practices for updating your operating system.

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