Adobe calls out Apple for restrictive flash policies [Photo]

Mon, Nov 2, 2009


The iPhone still can’t run flash and it probably won’t support flash anytime soon, if ever.  But that hasn’t stopped Adobe from lobbying to get flash up and running on the iPhone, with their most recent move being to basically call Apple out.  When iPhone users visit Adobe’s flash download page, they’re greeted with non too subtle message which reads,

“Apple restricts use of technologies required by products like Flash Player. Until Apple eliminates these restrictions, Adobe cannot provide Flash Player for the iPhone or iPod Touch.”

Funny?  No doubt.  Will it help effecutate any change in Apple’s anti-flash on the iPhone policy?  Don’t bet on it.

via GearDiary


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1 Comments For This Post

  1. twodales Says:

    Use Clicktoflash and eliminate all flash from your Mac. When you want see it you can, otherwise eliminate this resource sucking BS from you life.

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