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iPhone Atlas article.

Adobe is hosting a iPhone development camp, probably to push Dreamweaver as a platform for iPhone development. It's funny since Flash isn't supported yet on the iPhone. They had an interesting comment about it:

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[] Its important to note that our relationship with Apple continues to be strong. It would make sense for them to use Flash on their phone given their desire to have a great mobile experience for their users.

However, isn't the onus on Adobe to create an iPhone specific plugin for the version of Safari on the iPhone? From what I understand, it's Flash's insistence on knowing where the cursor is that poses a problem for Flash content on the iPhone. I'm sure it's a simple issue to fix.

Anyway, I wonder what Adobe has up their sleeve. I think once Flash is enabled on the iPhone, some interesting Flex programs can be developed.