I am a diehard mac user and have recently bought an RPI 3 model B. Because I am so used to Safari I was curious if it is possible to install Safari on a pi, and if so how.
No, you cannot. Safari requires an
x86 processor to run, and the Raspberry Pi has an
ARM processor. For more information on why this is problematic, we have a helpful blog post.
You can use Epiphany via
It also was the first browser officially supported by the Raspberry Pi foundation back in the days.
It has no advantage over Chrome any more. I don't know how actively the version in the repo is maintainend. You have to assume that Chrome will be more up-to-date in this regard.