If you thought Mozilla was never going to launch a version of Firefox for iOS, think again.
Although the company has blasted Apple in the past for restricting third-party web rendering engines, Mozilla has finally caved. It appears the company realises it can no longer be stubborn or continue to hope that Apple's policies will allow Mozilla to brings its rendering process to iOS.
TechCrunch has noticed a tweet posted yesterday by Lukas Blakk, Mozilla's release manager, which many Mozilla employees positively reacted to, and it confirmed the following: "We need to be where our users are so we're going to get Firefox on iOS".
There's one problem, though: Safari cannot be removed as the default browser. Despite that hurdle, Mozilla will still embrace iOS. And that should make Firefox fans extremely happy.