Boy, when Apple gets to not liking you, it really doesn’t like you. Not only did it ban Flash from the iPhone and iPad, but latest version of the iPhone OS even bans the workaround Adobe thought it had come up with. Developers now can’t even create apps in Flash and then port them over to the iPhone. Apple’s falling out with Google also continues apace. With the launch of the iAd mobile advertising platform, Apple is now going after Google on the search giant’s home turf. Hell hath no fury like Steve Jobs with a grudge on.
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