Apple appears to have had a change in policy, and has begun allowing several alternate web browsers for the iPhone to appear on the App Store.
Update: These new applications aren't complete browsers; they are user interface enhancements that make use of the WebKit rendering engine that is used by Apple's own Safari browser.
Previously, this company has blocked all third-party browsers and browser enhancements, and the approval of a collection of browser-related apps may or may not be a sign that Apple is now open to true alternate web browsers, such as Opera Mini.
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