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.
Only days after a different survey found that iPad pre-purchase intent is higher than for the original iPhone in 2007, one survey claims that only one in six iPhone owners actually intend to buy the new device.
Despite the fact that AT&T has whined almost incessantly about
smartphone users gobbling up bandwidth and despite the fact that CEO
Ralph de la Vega seems to think there just isn't enough 3G capacity,
gosh darnit, and iPhone users might have to be throttled back on their
data plans, the carrier is ready to add more smartphones.
Anyone else see some disconnect between these facts?