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Okay. Here’s the scoop on this big battle that’s been brewing between Apple and Adobe. It’s not really a battle where they throw computers or handsets at each other or throw punches and say obscene things. No, it’s not like that. It’s just that Steve Jobs/Apple doesn’t want Adobe Flash to be on their products. It’s not really a bad thing. It’s somewhat a business strategy.
Steve Jobs has enumerated some key points why Adobe isn’t at right for Apple. Some are what you’d expect, but others are out of the ordinary. Read the following paragraphs to learn more about this little spat.
The first thing Jobs has tackled about why they don’t think that Adobe Flash is not right for Apple products is that Adobe is not that “open”. Okay, it was Adobe that first brought out this issue saying that Apple is not that open because they are protecting the applications. But Jobs claims it’s not at all about that. It’s more on the technology issues.
Jobs also made mention about the security of Flash. Well, about this, Symantec has released a few statements rendering Flash as having one of the worst records. We also know that Flash is one of the reasons why Macs crash, but let’s not go there.
Jobs also said as a conclusion that Flash was conceived during the time of PC’s and mice, and it is not meant for touchscreens and fingers. Flash requires “rollovers” that pop up when the mouse cursor hovers over an area. Apple doesn’t have a concept of rollovers. If they use Flash, they’re going to have to rewrite the websites.
After all that’s been said and argued, this is not a battle really. It’s just two corporations who protect one’s interests. It’s all for the sake of business and that is one area which should never be compromised. After presenting these points, I would agree with Steve Jobs. Flash may be applicable to Android phones and the like, just not for Apple.
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