/>
X
Innovation

European Union joins FTC in "No Flash iOS" probe

Apple's decision to ban Flash from the iOS platform attracts more legal hassles for the Cupertino giant, according to the New York Times.

Apple's decision to ban Flash from the iOS platform attracts more legal hassles for the Cupertino giant, according to the New York Post.

According to a source, the European Commission recently joined the FTC probe into whether Apple's business practices harm competition.

The investigation could last another four to six months, the source said.

Now, I hate Flash with a passion, and personally don't feel that I really want it on my iOS-powered devices, but I do wonder just how far Apple is willing to go in this battle to keep Flash off iPhones and iPads.

Editorial standards