It's no secret that Apple and Adobe are not the best of friends. In fact, Steve Jobs has said some things that would indicate that Apple doesn't like Adobe at all.
Today Steve Jobs posted an open letter on the Apple website explaining his (and by extension, the company's) view on Adobe Flash. In short, he doesn't have any good things to say about it when it comes to Flash on mobile devices.
Click here to read it (opens in new tab) or scroll down to the bottom of this news article to see it copied below.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen spoke to the Wall Street Journal with his response to Steve Jobs' open letter. As expected, he's not pleased with the way that Jobs attacked Flash in a point-by-point manner. Read more about that here.
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When the H.264 had become open web standard?! Last time I check H.264 requires licence fee and Open Source Vendors can't get licence if they want to implement it as Open Source Library. There is free as beer and free as liberty codec called Ogg Theora, but Apple don't support it either. Not only that but the Apples is using their membership in W3C to block the adoption of the Ogg Theora as part of the HTML5 standard. In fact this is the main reason why the the HTML5 was delayed so long.
so isnt that a flaw of the OS not having the concept of a rollover, and not flash for having that feature?