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Adobe Could Release Flash for iPhone if Apple Approves
Betlem provides some followup for comments made by Adobe's Chief Executive Shantanu Narayen in March. Narayen claimed that Adobe would develop an iPhone Flash player themselves and release it through the App Store. There was some debate about the feasibility of this given the restrictions of the iPhone SDK.
Betlem now confirms that an Adobe Flash player for iPhone depends entirely on Apple's approval, but claims that a player could be made available "in a very short time" if they are given the go ahead.
"My team is working on Flash on the iPhone, but it's a closed platform." He noted that Apple makes all the decisions, so in other words, the ball is in Apple's yard at this time.Apple's Steve Jobs has claimed that the full version of Flash would not run well on the iPhone.