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    flash is a very powerful component with endless possibilities. for apple to stall this long still without flash compatibility is absurd. many websites rely solely on flash and are not accessible on the iPhone which is crap... Making Adobe use a work-around for apple is ridiculous considering that the iPhone should have had these capabilities from the beginning... I'm beginning to lose my faith in Apple as a company. They are becoming way too sue-happy and losing focus on their roots which has always been innovation. That's why people have always followed them, but for them to take 2 years to bring MMS to the iPhone and still waiting on flash compatibility... come on apple. You can do anything else that you can even begin to imagine, but access a flash website or up until a few weeks ago, view a picture message... are you serious?

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    Apple CEO Steve Jobs disparaged Flash at last year's Apple shareholder meeting, saying that the multimedia platform "performs too slow to be useful" on the iPhone.
    "...and besides," Jobs continued, "....nobody wants to watch anything on a 4 inch screen"

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    ...and besides," Jobs continued, "....nobody wants to watch anything on a 4 inch screen"
    Hence the new Apple Tablet coming to a Apple store near you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallguy View Post
    ...and besides," Jobs continued, "....nobody wants to watch anything on a 4 inch screen"
    Hence the new Apple Tablet coming to a Apple store near you .
    A tablet reference has no relevance where we are discussing Steve Job quotes where he has been completely full of..... in the past and watching history repeat itself.

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    All this does is it allows you to build iPhone apps using Flash then it compiles the code to iPhone native language. Nothing to get excited about really. Doesn't mean Flash is coming to iPhone.

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    still no flash



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    This is very interesting news!
    This is getting a lil' ridiculous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleJob View Post
    any good known apps yet with flash? i know theirs like 5 apps, but they all seem pretty cheesy.

    -B
    what the heck are you talking about? what are the five apps with flash??

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    Quote Originally Posted by exNavy View Post
    I must be missing something very obvious here. Flash isn't on the iPhone. So how is it all this is going to be approved by Apple to get through the app store?

    From what I read sounds nice and all, but looks like you'll have to go the jailbreak route to get it on the phone.
    Exactly! If Apple's objection to Flash is the fact that apps could be run without requiring the AppStore, it'll be interesting to see if these Flash ported apps are allowed on the AppStore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exNavy View Post
    I must be missing something very obvious here. Flash isn't on the iPhone. So how is it all this is going to be approved by Apple to get through the app store?

    From what I read sounds nice and all, but looks like you'll have to go the jailbreak route to get it on the phone.
    It's not running the applications in a flash format on the phone, it's compiling the flash source code into an iphone native/usable format. This is great news for flash developers and users alike, it means more choices and, perhaps even better, you'll no longer need osx installed (or own a mac) to develop for it

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