Apple doesn't sound terribly broken up about Adobe's announcement that it would stop developing its Flash-to-iPhone app building capabilities.
Ever since the launch of the iPhone, Flash has been persona non grata on the platform. Apple has repeatedly preferred other technologies for a variety of reasons, including performance and supporting open standards over proprietary ones such as Flash.
Even Steve Jobs has reportedly derided Flash on several occasions. Developer Greg Slepak e-mailed the CEO to complain about Apple's insistence on banning intermediary development technologies like Flash from the App Store and
This story, "Apple: IPhone OS Supports Open Standards; Flash Is Closed" was originally published by Macworld.