The Flash Wars, in detail, in all their glory, finally come to an end. (For real this time.)

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This article had originally been written for another site, MyGreatiPhone.com, in May of 2010, by http://www.Fenix-Tech.com’s co-founder, LVCIFER. Nothing has been changed, but I thought it was a suiting article to post up, as next month marks the death of mobile Flash. Here is an interesting insight as to the history that Adobe and Apple have with one another, and why Steve Jobs was deadset against utilizing the plugin while he was alive.  Continue reading

Steve Jobs Wins: Adobe bids farewell to mobile flash.

Apple and Adobe do not play well together with mobile flash based websites, and back in 2010 Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple, in case you’ve forgotten) spoke out about just that with a press release on Apple’s website titled “Thoughts on Flash.” The article spoke about why Apple won’t allow flash on it’s mobile operation system and instead opted to use HTML5, which is smoother and significantly less flawed than flash based sites. But also most importantly the relationship with Adobe and Apple played a huge part in it as well.

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Apple’s Senior Vice President of Hardware is retiring. Fret not, because he is being replaced by someone equally talented.

Recently Apple announced that it’s senior Vice-President of Hardware would be leaving the company, audaciously opting to retire instead of working for the fruit company – until the death. The nerve of some people. Continue reading