BoI gets with Safari

In a welcome move for iPhone and Mac users, Bank of Ireland has - finally - enabled its online banking service to be used with Safari, Apple's web browser.

6th September, 2008

In a welcome move for iPhone and Mac users, Bank of Ireland has - finally - enabled its online banking service to be used with Safari, Apple's web browser.

Is this a sign that the phones are on the increase or that Macs are becoming more popular?

Or is Bank of Ireland just sick of the marginal extra risk of its customers' use of Internet Exporer entails?

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