And some upcoming features.
Thanks to the not so recent changes in Mozilla’s release schedule, it’s now much easier to figure out on when exactly the next final build of Firefox is going hit the web. So, in case you’ve been wondering about the timeframe, we got you covered.
Currently available in Beta, Firefox 21 is targeted for May 14, 2013 release. WebRTC will finally be enabled by default.
Available in Aurora channel, you can expect to see the final build of Firefox 22 on June 25, 2013, which will block third party cookies by default.
Currently available in the Nightly channel, Mozilla will push the final build on August 6, 2013.
Lastly, Firefox 24, which is scheduled for September 17, 2013 release.
And now we wait.
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