[Humor] Apple Respond to Adobe

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    Hahaha I'm using atomic browser and I can see it. Lol nice one :)
     
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    Too damn funny. I wish they'd really done this.
     
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    am i the only one who finds this bickering immature between supposable professional companies?
     
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    I made it as a iPad wallpaper:

    saved it to my iPad wallpapers collection.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice thanks! Added to my 'iPad Specific Wallpapers' folder :p
     
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    Hahahahaha, not many people will understand it at least not many of my friends, but I really had a good laugh about it!
    thanks!
    It's on my iPad now!
     
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    Nope, I also find it pathetic that these 2 companies couldn't hold meetings and sort this out behind closed doors for all our benefit.


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    Laugh it up with the fanboyism on either side, but the joke's on you. Try and watch Hulu on your iPad and see how far you get. There is a ton of awesome content you can't access. So much for modern technology. Both Apple and Adobe are at fault, but they're making money, and you're spending it on gimped devices and software because they can't be mature and work together.
     
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    Android is the only credible competitor to iPhone os right now and they have embraced flash. I think apple will come around. After all, they now allow low level graphics access in Xcode so perhaps flash will start working "well enough" for jobs to back down without losing face.

    I went to look at "We {brick} Adobe" on my iPad and I wasn't sure there wasn't really some flash thing underneath until I saw the wallpaper. Still it was funny. Very funny.
     
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    Name one mobile platform Hulu works on. You can't because none exist. Hulu purposely blocks its content from both mobile and TV-centric platforms for a reason. :rolleyes:
     
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    Hulu said this week that the reason you aren't getting Hulu on your iPad is because your HTML 5 isn't good enough :rolleyes: If you had Flash on Ipad, you'd have had Hulu.
     
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    Ps3 has flash don't work on it? Apple does not want flash because it sucks. Hulu just wants to charge and people are not down with that. How is it that netflix works? Abc works. CNN works espn works. But hulu does not.
     
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    lol nice one.


    honestly, I dont care what peoples opinions are, flash simply just isnt a viable option to come to iPhone/iPad OS.

    Simply put who was a UI within a UI, the touch interface would be bogged down and the experience will be worthless.
    Ive never used flash in the 6 years ive done websites, nor could i stand other peoples websites in allflash.

    if flash wants to make its own phone in all Flash, go for it.


    Hulu, hasnt embraced HTML5 yet, so thats on them...Youtube is implementing it and beta testing and its not half bad at this point.
    HTML5 offers all the same things in flash but in a more easier to manage environment when it comes to ads and video content.
    PLUS it will also streamline the need for a standard in video codecs; theres nothing more i cant stand on the net are .avi, flash, wmv, wma, divx, videos and file types.

    :)
     
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    There’s a Flash beta on the Android platform, yet there’s no Hulu.

    http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/1635614/flash-android

    There’s Flash built-in to the PS3’s browser, yet there’s no Hulu.

    http://hd.engadget.com/2009/07/16/hulu-finally-responds-to-ps3-blocking-complaints/

    There’s a HTPC-specific Internet browser with Flash that is based on Firefox yet there’s no Hulu.

    http://www.tomsguide.com/us/Hulu-Internet-Browser-Kylo-Boxee,news-6232.html

    All because Hulu purposely blocks those browsers. What part of this do you not understand? Hulu’s content providers don’t want you accessing their content via mobile or TV devices regardless of Flash capability. It would compete against their traditional business models.

    That’s probably where their rumored upcoming premium model will come in to play. They’ll build apps for the iPad and iPhone (without Flash mind you) and charge a monthly subscription fee.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/01/technology/01hulu.html?src=twt&twt=NYTimesAd
     

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