Firefox home arrives in iTunes store, apparently contains naughty content
Approval was pretty much a foregone conclusion: like Opera's app, Firefox Home is not actually a browser and doesn't utilize any undocumented APIs. Both apps were designed from the get-go to be approved -- and, ultimately, they were. Don't worry, you're free to install both on your iPhone or iPod touch without fear of a great chasm opening up beneath your feet and swallowing you whole.
Two interesting notes about Firefox Home: running on iOS 4 on my iPod touch, it crashes. A lot. It's surprising, really, because compiling the pre-approval code from Mozilla and loading it went very smoothly and I didn't experience the crashing -- but I was running OS 3 at that point.
The other thing? Like so many other apps which don't merit them, Apple has slapped Firefox Home with the naughty content warning. Yes, that's right... a sync client (hey, MobileMe kinda does that too, right?) needs a content warning in Apple's mind.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that anyone who does store the kind of links in the Firefox bookmarks that Apple is warning about -- probably don't give a flying expletive about warnings. As for the rest of us? It just makes Apple look a little more clueless.