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Adobe CEO the iPhone's lack of Flash: It's an Apple issue

Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, must be getting tired of these pesky Apple iPhone questions.On Adobe's fiscal first quarter earnings conference call, Narayen was asked about Flash on the iPhone---not to mention the iPad.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, must be getting tired of these pesky Apple iPhone questions.

On Adobe's fiscal first quarter earnings conference call, Narayen was asked about Flash on the iPhone---not to mention the iPad.

"We've been fairly transparent," said Narayen. "We're committed to bringing flash to any platform with a screen. This has nothing to do with technology. It's an apple issue and you'll have to check in with them."

Needless to say, the Apple-Adobe relationship remains on the rocks.

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