Safari 5. Yeah, You Should Trust the Web To These Guys

Apple has now fixed this, but their original advertising page for Safari 5 didn't display correctly in any browser. Including Apple's. Here's how it looked originally in Safari 4 (Windows). We tested it on the iPad and the iPhone, and it had the same error.

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