Adobe fired the latest round in its entertaining dust-up with Apple, launching an ad campaign that features a full-page ad in today’s Washington Post and an open letter from the founders expressing their “thoughts on open markets.” PR is a good way to go for Adobe, because the only way Apple will be forced to support Flash is if the market demands it or federal regulators force Apple’s hand. Regulators may eventually intercede, but there are plenty of iPhone users who still don’t quite understand A) what the stand-off is about and B) how it affects them. All those users know is that they can’t get the full Internet on their phone. Once more users understand that, they can better exert pressure on Apple to play nice.
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