TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a web sensation these days that Apple publicly refuses to continue supporting Adobe‘s Flash, a multimedia format, on their mobile devices. Adobe contends that Apple is a closed company while Steve Jobs says Flash is an old technology. So Apple doesn’t want to allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. But Many Mac computer users don’t quite see the real picture of why Apple doesn’t like Flash. If it’s a near-obsolete technology, why do we find Flash here and there?
This article, which appears to be written by Steve Jobs himself because it contains many grammatical mistakes, gives many reasons why Apple’s mobile devices need not rely on Flash. He primarily believes that Flash does not perform well on mobile devices. There are security risks with Flash, he says. And he even says that Flash is No. 1 reason why Macs crash.