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Why Apple Won't Allow Adobe Flash on iPhone-

Adobe says it is working on an app for the iPhone but the likely hood of it actully showing is not very good. Even though it is one of the most popular programs used Apples need to control the apps that appear on their phone overrides their customers desire for Flash to be avaliable. In fact it is even stated in there terms of service agreement that: "No interpreted code may be downloaded and used in an Application except for code that is interpreted and run by Apple's Published APIs and built-in interpreter(s)." Meaning that even if there is an app developed iphone users can not use it, if they do they void there contract. This is just a soruce of disappointment for iPhone users that have been asking for a flash app since the iPhones launch, with out this app they cant view a very large portion of the internet including some more popular sits such as Hulu. Part of the worry of having flash on the iPhone is the easy of making a program that violates AT&T's terms of service, like Nullriver Netshare app that was baned earlier in the iPhones life. There is a possiblity of a "flash lite" but it still would not be a true flash experiance.


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original articale from Wierd Magazine
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