Help updating safari
Apple Safari is Apple's web browser that comes bundled with the most recent mac OS.Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers, so sites are more responsive and your notebook battery lasts longer between charges. It works with i Cloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices.And as the old adage goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.You didn't tell me how your Mac Book Pro was configured, but if it's a 13-inch model, and assuming you fall into the "if it ain't broke" camp, I'm guessing that your 2009-era Mac Book Pro came with OS X 10.5 "Leopard," which the Mac App Store on your Mac, because that wasn't introduced until Snow Leopard came out later that year.— KC I see this problem in the store I work in quite frequently.
Put it all together, and no other browser offers such a rich web experience. for Sierra: High Sierra: Sierra See Related Links (above) or Safari 12.1.1 for Sierra: 12.1.1 for High Sierra: Sierra Safari 12.1 for Sierra: 12.1 for High Sierra: Sierra Safari 12.0.3 for Sierra: 12.0.3 for High Sierra: Sierra My late 2011 Macbook Pro would not reboot after installing this update.
Getting Snow Leopard on your Mac, with the requisite security and app updates offered, may get you to the point where you're seeing unsupported browser messages anymore; you can also download Firefox or Google Chrome at that point; both of those web browsers continue to support Snow Leopard as well.
The good news is that Snow Leopard is similar enough in look and feel to Leopard to be a unobtrusive update for you.
The good news is that Apple still offers Snow Leopard for sale — you can buy it on DVD directly from Apple for .99.
It's also available from vendors on Amazon.com, though it'll cost you a bit more.Not only does this version block me from my health sites, it has also wiped out every single one of my passwords and all of my extensions, rendering my computer basically worthless!