The latest cutting-edge nightly build of Firefox 18 finally features support for Apple’s high-resolution Retina screen on the MacBook Pro. Firefox 18 is scheduled to arrive in Mozilla’s Aurora release channel in about a week. After that, it will make its way through the beta channel and finally become the stable version around the second week of January 2013. Clearly, the Firefox team is taking its time with Retina support. Google’s Chrome, which set the trend for rapid-release schedules among browser developers, already introduced Retina support at the end of July. Read the full story at TechCrunch.
Firefox Will Soon Support Apple’s MacBook Pro Retina Display
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