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Adobe Confirms that Flash is Ready for the iPhone

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Oct 1, 2008, 11:08 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Speaking at a conference, an Adobe employee confirmed that the company is working on Flash support for the Apple iPhone's Safari browser. The representative did not provide further details. Enabling Flash on the iPhone would open up the device's browser to a much richer and even more desktop-like Internet experience.

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Oct 1, 2008, 2:38 PM

Wait A Minute...

The headline says its "Ready" and the post says they're working on it! Do we need to redefine the word ready?
Hmmm,...YOU are a very good reader,...good point, I suggest you go to the phonescoop forum, and address this to Rich Brome, and see what he has to say about this.

Oct 1, 2008, 2:40 PM

if this were to apply to regular mobile phones ...

... then that would be ultimate.
Skyfire web browser REALLY brings websites to life, but you have to have either a WinMo phone, or a Symbian phone, and it's still in Beta. But it is an awesome browser!!! Yes, you can watch video using the skyfire browser. It's believed that somewhere...

Oct 1, 2008, 10:56 PM

If Apple

wants to diminish any love of the T-Mobile G1, the BB Thunder/Storm, or the Instinct, they will have to provide the people with what they want: FLASH on the iPhone. It's plain and simple, Jobs. We want it. It would literally COMPLETE my iPhone. That, and bloody CUT AND PASTE! Honestly.

If apple wants to stay on top of things, at least in the tech world, doing Flash would enable them to do such.

Oct 1, 2008, 3:26 PM

Never see the light of day

I highly doubt apple is going to approve this, and yes apple has veto power over any application for the iPhone.
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