|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisements has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|
The situation (as I understand it) is that Apple is not happy with the way that Adobe controls Flash?
Can anyone advise whether the two are likely to resolve the situation, is there no way that Apple can create a work-around? Or is this the problem?
I imagine (as I don't YET own one) that this issue hinders iPad usability quite a bit?
I can't say I've found myself hindered in the slightest by the iPad not supporting Flash and the tablet's been my constant toy/tool for the last few months.
Remember, it's not meant to replace a laptop, it's a different type of tool altogether.
Flash works well on OS X. Apple just claims to have issues getting it to work on the iPhone. But that's most likely because they're coming out with their own "version" of Flash-like technology.
Flash and Apple products like ipod touch, iphone, and ipod is a very controversial matter currently. Apple only supports the .mov, .mp4 and .m4v video files as well as alot of other audio files like .mp3 or AAC. The problem about flash involves the particularness of Apple, not problems trying to create it. Apple definately has the ability to put flash on their smaller products, but they choose nt to. The reason people think highly of flash is because it is used frequently for MANY videos online and MANY games and etc. Think of flash however of the "Windows" and .mov as the "Mac". Just like many programs, most support windows despite the greatness in quality fo a mac which is why more people involved with buisiness buy windows, because it can accept more programs and adapt universally, YET is CRAPPY quality compared to MAc. Same goes for the video format. Despite the frequent use of flash, .mov or .mp4 is better quality and works better which is why it was chosen on the products. Maybe later in the future Mac will find themselves in a corner having to accept Windows formats and Flash, but FOR NOW...there IS NO WAY they will consider using flash....Sorry bud
Some many website uses Flash. I certainly want Apple to run Flash. It would be a great disadvantage to Apple if they can not get iPhones and iPads to run Flash.
No. Apple hates flash. Adobe Flash for mac is slow, and crashy. Apple just doesn't want that on there mobile devices.
Many mobile gadgets and web-related industries now starting to move to HTML 5, which can handle many jobs previously done by Adobe Flash, but without any problems like draining batteries like mad or make our device slower and easily crash as is done by flash. Flash technology will soon be obsolete.
If you have a jailbroken ipad you can download a program called Frash that will allow flash on the ipad and very soon will be released for jailbroken iphones as well, other than that flash will never otherwise be available.
Nope, probably not and most likely never. According to Steve Jobs, flash just isn't up to par with running on the their mobile devices. I contradict him on this as I believe it would be a positive addition to their mobile device line, especially the iPad.
Since full, hardware accelerated flash is able to run on Android Devices running 2.2(Froyo) and so on and is running smoothly, what is the reason it should not be able to run on Apple's devices?
Steve Jobs has made it pretty clear that Apple will probably never support Flash. Apple wants to control applications developed for the iPhone, and Flash is a development platform of its own. If they allow Flash on the iPhone, it would allow developers to create their own applications for the iPhone, which is what Apple does not want, as they would lose business. They want people to buy apps through their own iTunes store
Ive found flash players very simple and user friendly and it not supported by apple products is indeed a misery !!
Apple has spoken out about flash, and one of the main reasons i believe they do not include it w/ their mobile devices is because flash is originally designed for desktop computers, and the type of rollover animations that can be done with a mouse. Their devices only have touch inputs, and mostly smaller screens (minus the iPad) which wouldn't even be suitable for flash, but if they were, sites would most likely load very slowly.
Read the offical thoughts from Steve Jobs, here:
by wapaxis7 years ago
Last month, while i was browsing the internet, i stumble upon this "weird" gdaget they called IPAD. What is this i told myself and when I zoom on it, there it was, the bigger version of iphone or ipod touch. I...
by Kwazzy6 years ago
Why do so many people believe these iPhone 5 and iPad rumors?It's killing me, seeing all these hubs that generate millions of readers about such fallacies! There is no iPhone 5 or iPad 2 yet, when it will be announced...
by screation8 years ago
When I picked up my iPhone over the weekend, I had an epiphany. I was using the LinkedIn app to confirm an invitation to connect, and it hit me: This is the future of mobile computing, the mobile web â�� the mobile...
by MatthewParker3 years ago
Apple, Windows, or Android?
by SummerSteward7 years ago
if so.. how the heck did you do it?
by Joana e Bruno4 years ago
Which do you think is better and why: iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S3?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.