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van Alex Olma
10. September 2011 – 16:29 Uhr

Adobe: „Refining the future of media broadcast“


Juli 2007

At launch, the iPhone version of the Safari browser is missing some plug-ins needed for playing common types of Web videos. The most important of these is the plug-in for Adobe’s Flash technology. Apple says it plans to add that plug-in through an early software update, which I am guessing will occur within the next couple of months.

Juni 2008

We have a version that’s working on the emulation. This is still on the computer and you know, we have to continue to move it from a test environment onto the device and continue to make it work. So we are pleased with the internal progress that we’ve made to date.

Februar 2009

“It’s a hard technical challenge, and that’s part of the reason Apple and Adobe are collaborating. The ball is in our court. The onus is on us to deliver.”

Februar 2010

The company told me today that in December, there were more than 7 million attempts to download Flash from Adobe.com from iPhones and iPod Touches. That number is up from 3 million download attempts from iPhones and iPod Touches in June.

September 2011

iPhone and iPad have had a significant impact how consumers experience and engage with video and have changed the industry.

Mit der Veröffentlichung des Flash Media Server in Version 4.5 gesteht Adobe ein, dass Flash niemals auf iOS laufen wird.



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