Flash on iPhone?
In response to a question about whether Adobe will be making Flash available for the Apple's iPhone, Shantanu Narayen, Adobe's president and
said that "the goal is to make sure we look at providing Flash and
across all devices. Our goal is
everywhere. We have 450 million devices shipping with Flash."
In the end, Narayen said, "You'll have to ask Apple" about Flash on the
on the small screen for various devices.
"The design center of what we build is going to shift to being mobile first over the next few years," Lynch said. "That's pretty liberating. We'll design for the small screen knowing that we can make things bigger. If you design small, it's a lot easier to make it bigger. You could have the same AIR
application on a device and on the desktop, or even stretched for larger
screens. That's something we're looking to enable-to broaden the mobile and PC
and other worlds."
Lynch also addressed the issue of security and
"Security was obviously a really big focus with
so we have a system where the components are signed," he said. "We have a trust
In addition, he said, Adobe has a research project in place to see how
different languages can run on top of the Flash player. The project currently
has C and C++ running on top of Flash, he said.
Lynch said Adobe has been working to deliver