Mozilla announced Firefox 6 will enter beta phase on July 5th, a mere three weeks after the launch of Firefox 5. The browser maker has adopted a Chrome-like development scheme, this means rapid updates but unfortunately it also means that each new version won't have as many new features as before. You can check out a list of planned features for Firefox 6 over here, it looks pretty meager.
This week the MozillaWiki web site announced that Firefox 6 will enter into beta phase on Tuesday, July 5. The beta release comes just a few weeks after Mozilla officially released the final version of Firefox 5 under its new rapid development program. Not only is Firefox 6 going into beta on July 5 but the next version of the software, Firefox 7 will be made available in the Aurora testing section on the same day. The Aurora channel is basically one meant mostly for developers with the software not as stable as that of a beta release.