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Safari–especially on iOS–has always been considered the pinnacle of performance challenge for developers building on the 3D web. The Metal-based implementation of WebGL, together with the unique performance characteristics of WebKit make it particularly interesting to deal with. In this article, we give you some insights into how you could improve the performance of your WebGL apps on Safari. Apple Vision Pro In recent days with the launch of the Apple Vision Pro, WebGL performance on Safari has gained even more importance as Apple Vision’s version of Safari has inherited all the performance characteristics of Safari on MacOS and iOS.