Officials at the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission are thinking if they will probe Apple new policy which prevents developers Adobe using Flash to create iPhone and iPad apps. Did Adobe tip the Feds off? Most likely since Apple rejected their Flash cross-compiler for iPhone.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs says Flash is unreliability, insecure and has low performance. And he did not want developers to use Flash tools to develop sub-standard iPhone, iPad apps. Why would you want watered down apps to appear on your device?
Steve said: Flash was created during the PC era—for PCs and mice. The mobile era is about low power devices, touch interfaces and open Web standards—all areas where Flash falls short. Adobe should focus more on creating tools for the future and less on criticizing Apple for leaving the past behind.
What he said is true and please don’t change the SDK agreement and keep giving us quality apps.