Based on your feedback, we pursued a web experience for IE users consistent with what is available on iOS and Android devices – even where this meant we would be adding non-standard web platform features. We believe that this is a more pragmatic approach to running today’s less-standardised mobile web.
Thank you, web developers, for turning mobile Safari into the new Internet Explorer. Have you people learned nothing?
I remember spoofing OSX safari as IE to make problematic sites work better.
I have to say that as an old time Mac user this turn of events is both delicious and very pleasing
I guess this sort of stuff happens if you skate to where the puck is going to be – something Microsoft stopped doing over twenty years ago.