Question: Please explain “Experimental Webkit Features” iPad iOS 11.1.x
Safari in iPad OS 11.1.2 question. View: Settings>Safari>Advanced>Experimental Features has 11 “Webkit Features” which may be turned on or off. Frankly, I don’t understand both any of these and their uses. For example, are any of them responsible for the failure of “Block all cookies” to block cookies?
In case these “Experimental Webkit Features” don’t appear on your iPad, here’s the list: Constant Properties, CSS display contents, CSS Spring Animations, Link Preload, Remove Legacy WebRTC API, Secure Contents API, SubresourceIntegrity, Viewport Fit, Web Animations, WebGPU and Async Frame Scrolling. Each of the above has an On-Off Slider.
So, any useful explainations or suggestions regarding the “features?
iPad Air Wi-Fi, Cellular, iOS 11.1.2