Adobe’s Mike Chambers, principal product manager for the Flash platform, said the company will halt future development on plans to bring Flash apps to Apple’s iPhones.
In other words, Adobe has finally become tired of beating its head against the wall. The final straw was when Apple changed the terms of its iPhone 4.0 software developer kit license in a way that blocked Adobe’s plans.
Chambers in a blog post said that Apple’s new terms were meant to single out Adobe and any content created with Flash CS5.
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