We are busy updating the store
Rhonda, this i Book was current in the last quarter of 2002. We were dial up AOL customers at that time so we used the AOL browser. In that day Safari crashed in the computers on display in the Apple Store too.
When Safari does not crash it's the spinning beachball. But you said that Safari is the only browser on the i Book, yet you seldom used Safari? So you didn't use the i Book on the internet, then?I would direct you to Safari Discussions.https://discussions.apple.com/community/mac_os/safari Maybe someone there can help you. The page continues to appear with the top portion complete, the right side of the page with current topics available appears and can be accessed. https://discussions.apple.com/community/mac_os/safari You could download an old version of Firefox.Apple’s online store went offline on Thursday evening — sporting the usual “We’ll be back.We’re busy updating the Apple Store for you and will be back soon” missive (h/t to All Things D which spotted the store was AWOL). Apple typically takes its online store offline ahead of new product launches, but with no Apple event officially scheduled, it’s not clear what the latest swathe of downtime relates to.