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I went looking for information on when specific versions of Safari would be end-of-life'd.

I did google and, but could not find anything. Maybe Apple is going to end-of-life via the OS a version lives on?

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+1 ... simply because the downvoter didn't leave a comment. – Molly7244 Jan 30 '10 at 0:39
Thanks Molly. Can't imagine why they would think the question is unimportant, unless they didn't actually do any web properties for a living... – benc Feb 10 '10 at 4:17
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Apple hasn't published EoL dates for their OSes. Here's a post on the subject.

In general, 10.X and 10.X-1 are supported. The last time a security update was posted for 10.4 was in September, shortly after Snow Leopard (10.6) came out. Earlier this month there was a security update for 10.5 and 10.6, but nothing for 10.4.

iTunes requires 10.4 at a minimum now, as does current Safari.

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