Already with a beta release, Mozilla is developing and planning a March release for a final version of Firefox for Intel Macs. Apple's newest line of computers that are using Intel processors will be running Mac OS X, and many software suites have to be modified or rewritten to work with the new hardware. Because OS X is BSD-based, modifications are easier for developers and thus we get treats like Firefox in shorter times. Mozilla has mentioned that there have been issues with Java and Flash for the transition, and they are working to get those taken care of before officially releasing it. It's good to know they are working to bring us good software on these new machines.
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