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gagaliya

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Feb 24, 2010
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This is the only reason i see to get the ipad pro for me. Always hated the ipad/iphone safari because many websites defaults to their mobile version of the website which in 99% of the case are completely useless.

So if the ipad pro has the desktop version of safari with flash support etc..just like on a macbook or imac, then i am all for getting it.

Can anyone who bought one let me know?
 

Night Spring

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Jul 17, 2008
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None of the iOS devices have flash support, and they never will.

But on iOS 9, you can request the desktop version of a website, even on the regular iPad and iPad mini.
 
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ZombiePete

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Aug 6, 2008
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This is the only reason i see to get the ipad pro for me. Always hated the ipad/iphone safari because many websites defaults to their mobile version of the website which in 99% of the case are completely useless.

I haven't had this problem in a long time. Very few websites ever default to their mobile version when I'm on my iPad. As for Flash support, we're better off getting used to not having it.
 
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alexh516

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Jun 27, 2007
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Flash support does more harm than good, and 'mobile versions' of sites will be a thing of the past shortly, since all reputable sites are converting, or have already converted to mobile responsive design
 
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AdonisSMU

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Oct 23, 2010
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Responsive design is the new way things are being done. Non mobile versions of sites are a thing of the past. I always think of people who don't have a responsive site as kind of being messy about their engineering practices and it makes me concerned about their products and professionalism.
 
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