Safari HTTP/3 support is still experimental but worth it

If you prefer the iOS or macOS Safari browser over Chrome or Chromium-based browsers, and you also use Google Docs or Gmail in the browser, you definitely want to enable this feature.

How to enable on macOS Monterey

Click Safari menu → Preferences and choose the Advanced tab, enable “Show Develop in menu bar”:

Choose the Safari → Develop menu option and then “Experimental Features”:

Scroll down the list to find HTTP/3 and enable it like this:

How to enable on iOS 15

Go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Experimental Features > HTTP/3:

Now all Google QUIC functions are noticeably more responsive in Safari.

Is this being rolled out on chrome browsers also? I was just having an issue this morning, was not loading due to quic protocol error.

Chrome has had QUIC (HTTP/3) support for a while already as it benefited Google product users the most since they were the first to roll it out en masse. YouTube via Safari definitely will work faster with HTTP/3 enabled.

The problem was on chrome on pc. YouTube simply wouldn’t load up. I’ve never seen that before.

That issue would not be related here then.

This topic was automatically closed after 7 days. New replies are no longer allowed.