Well, in a report that I’m still having a hard time believing, TUAW says that they have official confirmation that there is no Flash support on the iPhone…yet.Â The announcement was made during the State of Media Address yesterday. “There will be no Flash support at the moment on the iPhone.”
Now, if that’s true…then why on Earth did Steve Jobs tell all of us that you can use Safari to develop your iPhone applications until you get an actual iPhone?Â He said they are the exact same browser.Â If you can run flash in one, but not the other, then they are not the exact same browser.
If we’re supposed to have THE REAL Internet on the phone, then why in the hell aren’t we getting ALL of the REAL Internet?Â I mean seriously, this isÂ means, at this point, that Steve Jobs has stood up on that stage at Macworld and at WWDC and flat out lied to us.
It ain’t the REAL Internet if you can’t actually do all the stuff you can do on the REAL Internet.Â So calling it that is a lie.
Tell developers at the Keynote that they can use Safari to develop their applications because Safari on the Mac and Safari on the iPhone are the same thing…is a lie.Â No flash support…NOT THE SAME DAMN BROWSER.
Can you tell I’m getting a little frustrated?