I see there's now Firefox 106.0.1 out. After updating, I go to check out what's new, as always.
The only fix listed says:
"Addresses a crash experienced by users with AMD Zen1 CPUs."
The number of Macs with an AMD processor of any kind is precisely zero.
I even saw a release for Firefox 105 for which the only purpose was to fix a Windows bug – but Mac users still got an update. Before that, I seem to recall one targeted only at Linux – but Mac users got an update anyway.
Does this mean that Mozilla is now in the habit of releasing a new version when nothing has actually changed, just for the sake of version number parity across platforms?
I miss the days when a version number meant something, before the pointless race with Google Chrome began, and a .0 release didn't come every month. 🙂