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Opera for iPhone approved!!!

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downloaded app

Downloaded the app and played with it for a bit. I'm not really seeing a big speed improvement but I'll keep trying it. Not sure it's really something I want to use instead of Safari but maybe I just need to try some more. Props to Apple for making it available....

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Uhh

Interperating scripting languages, such as JavaScript is strictly forbidden by Apple, and unless opera is using Safari's rendering engine this should have been banned. It rather bothers me that Apple ignores their own rules at will to avoid bad PR.

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I wonder if we are seeing a different attitude from

Apple now that Android is nipping at their heels? First competitors to their own eBookstore are allowed, then a Netflix streaming app, and now this? Don't forget their newfound love of VOIP...

Real competition is a great motivator for change.

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Opera for iPhone approved!!!

Yep now they can't complain at all.

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Um...

I can't seem to log into digg with the Opera mini browser on the iPhone. Has anyone else been able to?

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