If you open a document, your system needs to get free memory.
1.4x improvement in Responsiveness Under load.
Up to 1.5x better performance waking from sleep
"Not just the easiest to use, most elegant browsing experience, but also the most innovative."
Showing off innovations...
Webkit now used by 1.5 billion devices
Safari gets Sidebars, Shared Links
Safari uses less memory, CPU energy than Chrome, Firefox
"When you compare to Firefox, it's kind of sad." ::laughter::
A couple of smooth scrolling fans, apparently, as there's scattered applause
New technology — App Nap — tracks what's going on, decides where to direct power
Pulling up iTunes over a busy Safari window...
Power use fluctuates depending on what the screen has to render. Drops down when busy elements are offscreen
SideBar gives access to shared links, one-click bookmarking
Reading List integration as well
Audience likes being able to scroll on through to next article without having to click.
New look for Reader. Has the same continuous scrolling through articles.
"We have some more improvements that I think are going to help you with your browsing."
Now showing off iCloud Keychain
Sticky Notes are a poor solution, Federighi says.
Safari can auto-suggest passwords for you,
syncs them across devices, stores them in the cloud.
Now on to Notifications improvements
Notifications now have reply capability built into the actual Notification