My understanding is that around 2010 everything except IE (which still had issues) was Color Managed and displayed web images containing embedded profiles correctly.
Today (2015) all current browsers and major platforms themselves are all color managed.
Is that true or false?
Furthermore, common (not just super-expensive) displays now exceed sRGB. Is that correct?
Most information saying "use sRGB or else" that I find on the web is old. But there are still pages as late as 2013 that state "most web browsers have adapted sRGB as its color space, if you upload an image to the internet with the AdobeRGB gamut, the browser will convert it to sRGB, and it’ll do a terrible job at it, as shown below."
I think it is (now) more accurate to say that an sRGB image is sent by the browser to the OS which does a very compentent job of displaying it as best it can (at least based on stock hardware profiles for mundane users).
Does anybody know otherwise? Can I get a definitive answer on whether anything not terribly out of date doesn't handle AdobeRGB web images just fine?
Note: I'm not askimg for any kind of opinion. I'm looking for facts to support or contradict the "understanding" summarized here. What is the current state of affairs, really?