Safari will finally allow you to watch 4K content with HDR support on Netflix, but only a few Mac owners will be able to take advantage of this novelty.
Safari is a great browser, but its Achilles heel has always been high-quality video playback. Due to the lack of support for appropriate codecs, video on demand services such as YouTube and Netflix limited the resolution of materials that Mac users could enjoy.
HDR technology support was also usually a problem. This means that customers who paid for access to materials with additional information about colors, who had access to a monitor supporting this technology, had to do without taste. This is fortunately changing.