Adobe Confirms It Will Abandon Flash Player Mobile
Top message: Hey, everyone who said Apple was in the wrong for saying "GTFO" to Flash... by bluecoyote
Replying to: Re: Hey, everyone who said Apple was in the wrong for saying "GTFO" to Flash... by WiWavelength
Re: Hey, everyone who said Apple was in the wrong for saying "GTFO" to Flash...
Correct me if I am mistaken, but you are well known in these forums as an Apple fanboy and seem to pledge allegiance almost unequivocally to whatever Apple decides, along the lines of "If Apple does not include it, then it is no good." Well, that is effectively just the contrapositive of your assertion ("If Flash was [sic] good..."). So, you appear to presuppose what you set out to conclude. That is called circular reasoning -- another logical flaw.
(Now, in the interest of full disclosure, I am not against Apple. I own a PowerBook, a MacBook Pro, a Mac mini, an iPod touch, an AirPort Express, an AirPort Extreme, and I am typing this post on my 2011 MacBook Air. But I do have qualms about a company using its dominance in a given field to directly/indirectly reduce consumer choice. The iOS mobile ecosystem is becoming an uncomfortable parallel to the Windows desktop ecosystem -- particularly the browser bundling of the late 1990s, early 2000s. And Apple may very well face some anti trust issues in the coming years.)
Bahahaha. I love reading your post. Gained so much knowledge and laughter. Feels good knowing someone out there actually uses his brain and eloquently expresses his feelings and thoughts.
I hate Apple simply because a feature they should have added lets say at the beginning of the year, example Back lit keyboard is added at a later time and then released as a new model with a small hardware changes. Marketing monsters! haha
Then again I guess you can say the same thing about all manufacturers now a days sigh.
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