Adobe Gives Up on iPhone App Development


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The saga of Adobe and Apple or, more precisely, Flash app development for the iPhone, is drawing to its inevitable conclusion. It all started with Apple’s change to its iPhone Developer Program License Agreement – the notorious article 3.3.1 – which banned the use of the Flash-to-iPhone converter. In the simplest of terms, the article makes it meaningless for developers to create Flash apps that target the iPhone because Apple can ban them at any time.

Now, Principal Product Manager for developer relations for the Flash Platform at Adobe, Mike Chambers, puts a full stop to the story from Adobe’s side...

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