Apple has recently declared a fresh partnership with Cisco that will grant a “fast lane” for commercial enterprise clients who use IOS devices on Cisco’s networks and push iPhone and the iPad into Cisco’s enterprise settings. At the same time, it also bolsters claims that the full version of iOS 9 will officially start rolling out in a couple of days, once Apple makes the announcement at its September 9 event in San Francisco. However, this could be an indication that Apple is preparing for the GM version.
Those improvements opened up an opportunity “to begin development of a Firefox experience for iOS“, Mozilla noted in May. “With this first public preview we will be collecting feedback in one country, before we extend availability to get feedback in a few more countries prior to a full public launch”.
The company revealed three main features for the Mozilla Firefox browser. The Firefox Account feature provides users the opportunity to sync their Firefox passwords, browser history and tabs from the desktop into their mobile device. The feature also offers recommended search results. This Apple-Cisco partnership intends to help Apple’s mobile devices to communicate more efficiently on business networks which Cisco stuff is being widely used.
While Apple has yet to comment, the glitch suggests that iOS 9 will see a prompt release following the firm’s imminent launch event on Wednesday.
The Computer World reports that the Cisco networks and iOS devices that will be optimized to work together with more efficiency and reliability are simply the big news here. It then began sharing source code in the GitHub script repository “for the fearless early testers”.
People can test the Mozilla Firefox browser for iOS by signing up for a notification when the preview will be released to their respective countries.