Today Apple released a whole host of new beta operating systems, one of them being macOS Monterey beta 10. One of Monterey’s biggest features is the redesigned Safari web browser. The new look has garnered much attention, and frankly, lots of people hate it. One of the biggest gripes was the placement of the favorite bar below the redesigned tabs. Now with Monterey beta 10, they’re back where they belong.

Our friend over at Six Colors, Jason Snell, first discovered the change. The favorites bar is now positioned between the url bar and your tabs. With the change your favorites won’t get lost in your content if you use the new color tinting feature.

So far there doesn’t seem to be anything else new with Safari in macOS Monterey. With the Apple event next Monday, this is likely the iteration that will ship with the new version of macOS. Apple has continually updated Safari throughout the beta cycle, with the biggest change being the option to revert to separating tabs from the url bar.

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