A new Firefox beta for Windows, Mac, and Linux is now available for download,
announced on Monday. Scheduled to hit the stable release channel in the week of January 6, 2013 as
significantly more efficient and faster than both JagerMonkey and TraceMonkey
This beta also packs support for W3C touch events, preliminary WebRTC support, and the ability to disable insecure content on HTTPS websites. On the Mac front, Mozilla has added Retina Display support (OSX 10.7 and up). For a complete list of changes, see the
With the Mozilla development team set to take a much-deserved two-week hiatus in December, this latest beta build will take seven weeks, instead of the usual six, to go gold, as will Firefox 19 and 20.