Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers 269 269 people found this article helpful How to Check the Version Number of Apple Safari Browser When you need to know which Safari you're running by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on June 28, 2020 reviewed by Michael Barton Heine Jr Lifewire Tech Review Board Member Michael Heine is a CompTIA-certified writer, editor, and Network Engineer with 25+ years' experience working in the television, defense, ISP, telecommunications, and education industries. our review board Article reviewed on May 26, 2020 Michael Barton Heine Jr Browsers Safari Chrome Firefox Microsoft Tweet Share Email Whatever operating system you're running, it's easy to find out if you have the current version of Safari. Just follow these steps. Find the Safari Version Number on a Mac To determine which version of Safari is installed on a Mac computer: Go to the dock and select the Safari icon to open the Safari browser. Go to the menu bar (located at the top of the screen) and select Safari. Choose About Safari. A small window appears with the browser version number. The first number, located before the parenthesis, is the current version of Safari. The longer second number (located inside the parentheses) is the WebKit/Safari Build version. For example, if the dialog box displays Version 11.0.3 (13604.5.6), the Safari version number is 11.0.3. Find the Safari Version Number on an IOS Device Because Safari is part of the iOS operating system, its version is the same as the current version of iOS that you have. To see the iOS version currently installed on an iPhone or iPad, follow the instructions below. Open Settings. Select General. Select Software Update. The number that appears at the top of the screen next to iOS is the version number. For example, if your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 11.2.6, then it is running Safari 11. If your device is running iOS 12.1.2, it is running Safari 12, and so on. Underneath the version number, you'll either see "Your software is up to date" or a prompt to update to the latest version.