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iPhone... browser supports flash?

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  1. Phil Duvin 84 months ago | reply

    of course it will support Flash...it's based on Mac os X and Steve Jobs wouldn't sell the REAL internet without it..

  2. OpenKiko 84 months ago | reply

    Youtube in the iPhone...
    Mmmmmmmmm

  3. DJCraze 84 months ago | reply

    if you notice in certian areas of the ads, when they get in close to the phone to show features up close you can see the pixels.. However on certian parts of the iPhone, such as Google Maps Does NOT show pixels when shown upclose. Perhaps that was rendered just for the Commercial?

  4. Echro 84 months ago | reply

    I've seen the ad and the videos is not moving, so maybe it's a picture only

  5. Ross Hill [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

    It wouldn't be the real internet without flash, so it better have it! At least by the time it gets to Australia.. :)

  6. n[ate]vw 84 months ago | reply

    On some sites, the "videos" are actually regular images until clicked. However, I looked through the NY Times code, and unless Apple tweaked the page, this page/frame is what would have shown if there were no Flash plugin...definitely "watered down".

  7. _pedroANDRE5_ 84 months ago | reply

    regarding some of the comments:
    The fact of that is static doesn't matter. If is a flash video it wouldn't play until you hit... play
    when it zooms in and zooms out... the way the text changes its aliasing is very similar to the video from the actual keynote, so if this was altered within a compositing application which is probable they had a hell of an eye for detail. I think almost anyone would've left that out.

  8. liquid oak 84 months ago | reply

    As a Flash developer and designer, here is some insight. The fact that the web page shows the Flash interface AS WELL as the slideshow or video content is in itself proof that it probably will support Flash. Without Flash, a browser would display some sort of warning, telling the user to install Flash, as n[ate]vw noted above. The content image AS WELL as the interface itself are both Flash, not just the content. Just my two cents worth.

  9. courtfkizer 84 months ago | reply

    Apple is probably support flash version 8. Flash version 9 has too many features in it, and you could build "real" apps that run in the web broser.

  10. n[ate]vw 84 months ago | reply

    MacRumors is reporting No Flash. As forum members there pointed out, there aren't nearly as many ads in the demo pages as their are on the real NYT site, so the page appears to be doctored up before filming. (Although it does appear someone is logged in, which might also reduce ads.)

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