If you’ve been awaiting the final, production, rubber-stamped version of Mozilla’s Firefox 4 web browser, you’re just going to have to keep on waiting. It looks like Mozilla and company have pushed the release date of their next generation browser to “early 2011.” Mike Beltnzer, Firefox’s VP of engineering, had this to say:
Development on Firefox 4 has not slowed down, and strong progress is being made daily. However, based on the delays in completing the “feature complete” Beta 7 milestone against which our add-on developers and third-party software developers can develop, as well as considering the amount of work remaining to prepare Firefox 4 for final release, we have revised our beta and release candidate schedule.
Of course you can still grab the FF4 beta from Mozilla — which is pretty stable — but we know some of you like the safety and security of an RTM browser. Anyone out there rocking Firefox Cuatro as their main browser?