“Adobe doesn’t need Apple” said Adobe CEO

Apple failed to deliver the best through Flash. Flash is the cross-platform browser-based application runtime that delivers uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across screens and browsers.

Adode recently updated the Flash 10.1 version to make compatible with the Apple products. But to the irony the CEO of Adobe, Shantanu Narayen, said the flash is not working properly due to the some hardware acceleration which Apple has not looked properly before pairing up with Adobe.

Again the issue of closed market has been linked with Apple. He further added that there are companies that are choosing to provide a complete end-to-end experience and control every aspect of it (without mentioning Apple’s name). Taking the side of open eco system he said it’s the only way to contrast company like Apple and Google.

“With the energy and innovation that our company has, we’d rather focus on people who want to deliver the best experience with Flash and there are so many of them and Apple don’t want to change and we should move on”

said Shantanu.

It’s a move on attitude from Adobe and Apple still struggling with close market theory.
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