iOS is getting bigger than ever and got stronger since 2007; further it enjoys being charted for having the dedicated consumer, who make a group of most tied up web surfers. What took Mozilla so long to realize; it could have been done this way earlier and Mozilla could have earned exposure and attention from a devoted mass? So, what happened now? What made Mozilla to shake hands with iOS?
Few days back CNET highlighted Carlson’s panel — where he said:
From Lukas Blakk’s tweet, it’s clear that Mozilla now showing interest in stuff which interests it’s users; in short all set to go where its users are going, by shaking hands with iOS. However, this is only possible if Apple shows inclination to join hands in similar effort. If verdict is predicted, it would add to benefits of both the companies, as well as the users; as users would have another trustworthy medium for surfing the web in all the Apple mobile devices.
Apple users are eagerly waiting for this amendment to take place, so as to get hands on yet another browser in iPhone, iPad and iPod. Despite of the awaited changes, Safari will never get down the position of being the default browser of Apple products.