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For Christ's sake, does this article mention "Flash for iPhone?" No! So, stay on topic! Now, I wonder if this new Flash for Mac will be much better than the
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    For Christ's sake, does this article mention "Flash for iPhone?" No! So, stay on topic!

    Now, I wonder if this new Flash for Mac will be much better than the current version and if it will use less RAM.
    Asking for help is different from being stupid. Fanboys can rot in @#$%!

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    I plan on updating tonight when I get home and test some flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikerlx View Post
    Jobs publicly slams Flash, and here Macs ship with update Flash players from the Applefactory. Deja vu?
    Would you like to read the article one more time???? Uhum,,,,, compatible for Macs "shipped" after...... not shipped with flash........... Who feels stupid, anyone?
    Last edited by Tyronal; 08-12-2010 at 08:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feidhlim1986 View Post
    How on earth do you think your making sense?

    Devs who want to give their apps and games away for free can do so already. All those free games that would appear on flash are already available for FREE on the App Store.
    To add to everyone else that burned this poster, let's not forget that developers have to pay like $100 annually just to submit one of these free apps. Which is probaboy why many of the free Flash games end up being $1-3 on the App Store.

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