Originally Posted by Blackthanos
What is it with apple and flash anyway?
It isn't just Apple. Even ICS isn't Flash-supported by Adobe anymore. It's a dying breed with HTML5 on the rise. Eventually Flash will be gone, and thousands if mom-and-pop websites will have to make the switch. I think HTML5 isn't being taken as seriously as it should right now though. We all look at Chrome Experiments and go "ooh, that's neat" but it's the OpenGL that makes it fluid. That's one of the reasons why Sense 4 is so heavy in it, I believe. Someone has to make the transition and start to show its capabilities.
Then again, I may have no idea what I'm talking about, and I will admit that I didn't read all of Blackthanos' post. But my point is, Apple saw flash as an unneccessary license and is moving on.
I just realized that I was responding to a posting from almost a year ago.