This is a discussion on The real reason ipad does not have flash? within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by deckyon The real lesson is this tard is nothing more than a troll. If you don't agree with him, you are all ...
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Now I don't know if that's a true statement or not, but your idea is strictly your opinion. As far as hulu and sites like that go, hulu doesn't want to be on mobile devices. You can't do it with Android which does have Flash. So you might want to check your research a bit before making statements like your OP. It does appear that you're looking to be argumentative instead of looking for a discussion.
I think that this is behind some of the other self imposed restrictions (no SD card slot, no file system, limited streaming to Apple TV etc).
I couldn't give a toss about Flash, except that the lack of it means that there is a significant number of web sites that I would like to access but can't.
History will tell us whether competitive devices, with unrestricted functionality, quickly outsell the iPad. I think that this will be the case.
As for the argument the Apple must be doing something right, judging by their financial success, the IRS (ATO in Australia) pulls in plenty of money but we don't necessarily like their work ).
I am amazed by the vitriolic responses to your suggestion by the way.
Last edited by RAC; 12-02-2010 at 01:46 PM.
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But every month, someone starts this debate/argument/whining up again.
The iPad technically doesn't support Flash and doesn't plan to. Why keep bemoaning the lack of Flash?
I've only come up against 2-3 sites I've visited that used Flash, and I surf around a lot on the iPad, and hardly ever open my laptop up at home any more.
Lack of Flash is not an experience killer. You just find ways around it, go to a computer to look at the site, or move on.