Win a free iPhone from Opera by guessing when Mini 5 will get App Store approval

Win a free iPhone from Opera by guessing when Mini 5 will get App Store approval
Head over to Opera's community web page and you will find a link to a clock that is counting the seconds, minutes, hours and days since the software company submitted its Opera Mini 5 browser to Apple for inclusion in the Apps Store. Currently, it has been 8 days and 4 hours since the application was filed. When we told you about the filing back on the 23rd of the month, we noted that the gang at Cupertino could strike down the app as being a functional duplicate. While the iPhone is equipped with one of the better mobile browsers in Safari, Opera Mini was previewed on video and looks to be just as fast as the iPhone's native browser, with the ability to render web pages just as faithfully. Tabbed browsing is also available on the Opera Mini 5. Opera hasn't said if it intends to charge for the app if it is approved. Right now, the ball is in Apple's court and it is up to the iPhone maker whether or not to allow another browser to be offered in the App Store. Opera is giving away a free iPhone to the person whom comes up with the closest guess as to when Apple will approve the browser. You can enter by visiting the source link.

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3 Comments

1. tlang1064

Posts: 49; Member since: Feb 21, 2010

No one cares...

2. jhoots

Posts: 74; Member since: Jan 13, 2010

never.. when can i claim my iphone?? haha jk i dont want one of those POSs!! but a browser to compete with apples own browser? NEVER!!

3. faiqa unregistered

i think very soon

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