No Flash on the iPhone

I've written before of Apple's crappy attitude towards developers. Here's the latest example with Adobe:
Mr Chambers also commented on Apple's revision of its terms and conditions. He wrote: "...as developers for the iPhone have learned, if you want to develop for the iPhone you have to be prepared for Apple to reject or restrict your development at any time."
And what a bunch of hypocrisy from Apple:
Apple responded in a statement to technology news site CNet in which it described Flash as "closed and proprietary". Apple preferred to support more open standards which replicate everything Flash can do, added the statement.
This coming from the vendor of the most proprietary and tightly controlled of popular computing platforms.

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