Poor Adobe Flash: It can’t get a break on Apple’s iDevices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and now the company has confessed that the devices that are capable of using the mobile version of Flash 10.1 won’t be seeing it until later this year.
Billed as the most significant Photoshop update in years, and coming on
the heels of the 20th anniversary of the release of Photoshop 1.0,
expectations are high for the star pupil of the CS5 roster, and in the
last couple of months, we’ve had the chance to put the program through
As quickly as iPhone OS 4.0 was shown off, developers and critics alike began a debate over the infamous “Section 3.3.1” which appears to prohibit third-party software such as Adobe Flash from creating apps that circumvent the iPhone SDK. At the center of the controversy is Daring Fireball’s John Gruber.
As excited as developers and users alike are to hear the details of iPhone OS 4.0, their appears to be at least one group that will be grumbling -- Adobe and its Flash users who were counting on the company’s forthcoming CS5 compiler to convert their work to the iPhone.