With Adobe's new Creative Suite 5 recently released, the cracks in the relationship between the software giant and Apple seem to have widened, with words spoken between the two being anything but warm and friendly. One main component of CS5 has now been rendered virtually useless as Apple refuses to allow Flash to run on the iPod touch, iPhone, or the iPad. In a recent post written by none other than Steve Jobs himself, Apple describes its take on the crumbling relationship between the two companies, the downfalls of Flash technology, and the reasons behind not supporting it in their mobile devices. Check out the full article at Apple's website
and feel free to sound off below on if/how the lack of Flash on Apple's products has impacted you.
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