Steve Jobs: New iPhone in 2010, New Macs, iPad, Adobe Flash support

When we watched Steve Jobs at the Apple event this week we were both impressed and shocked, unlike some technology sites we loved the new Apple iPad but we were shocked to hear Apple’s continued dedication to AT&T. Opening up the new iPhone in 2010 to Verizon Wireless may still happen, but became more unlikely when Apple announced their future with AT&T but not a whisper about “Verizon”.

Wired reported some news yesterday about a meeting that followed the day or two after the iPad announced. In this meeting between CEO Steve Jobs and employees he made himself available for questions, and handled some really interesting questions with even more interesting answers.

Steve Jobs confirmed the phone competition between Apple and Google, and replied with some really strong words. According to Wired, Steve even got a roar from the crowd when he used the big BULL**** word over the “don’t be evil” mantra.

Steve confirmed that Apple has no plans to support Adobe Flash in Apple’s future products; he said that the world is moving to HTML5 and no one will be using Flash. Did you want to see more Flash support?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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