Adobe a wee bit frustrated with Apple over Flash

by Mike
Posted November 3rd, 2009 at 6:33 am

Ya ya, I know as well as pretty much every other walking, breathing creature knows Apple hasn’t been impressed with Flash on mobile devices. Hence their reasons for not allowing any form of it on the iPhone. Adobe until recently has been taking a more positive, quieter approach without directly calling out Apple. Either talks are still sour between the two companies or Adobe is straight up done toying around with Apple as a new statement on their website states:

Flash Player not available for your device. 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.

Hey, they’re just calling it as it is. No sugarcoating. Awesome. Sadly, such displays of frustration will do little to sway Apple as they are, Apple and do whatever they want. Still, it makes us wish that Apple would just cave in to peer pressure already. You think Apple is actively working on a solution or are they in the back room playing poker and drinking 44’s?

Electric Pig > Engadget

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