The folks behind the popular Windows Mobile and Symbian browser, Skyfire, have written a blog post congratulating Opera on its recent success on getting Opera Mini available for the iPhone via the App Store. The company stopped short of actually confirming that they plan to work on a Skyfire browser for the iPhone, but it did mention that they have been watching the Opera submission on the iPhone/iPad closely, and will accelerate their strategy on iDevices. While it’s not a concrete confirmation, we’re willing to be patient and give them some time to come up with another good browser for the iPhone.
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