How Apple Can Enable Flash on iPhones/iPads without Pissing off the World!

Recently, Apple has completely banned flash from its line of products including iPhones/iPads, in an effort to block out their competitors, specifically Adobe.   Of course, they are now under close examinations of feds whether they are playing the game fairly or NOT.

One thing Apple is not doing right is that they are not giving the users a “choice” rather dictating users’ lives whether they should be using flash or not.  A simple solution to all this would be providing the end-user a simple browser setting that would allow them to enable or disable flash.

The one thing I don’t understand is that Apple can easily put a “button” that can enable/disable flash so the user has a “choice” to enable it or disable it. There’s no good argument against this that Apple can simply ban flash altogether.

Even PCs that run Mozilla Firefox allow the user to simply enable/disable the Firefox plugin from its settings menu.   The user has a “choice” to decide whether flash should be on or off.

If Stevie Jobs has one good reason why they shouldn’t make flash a simple option for their products, bring it on Steve but I already know the answer, Steve Jobs is just a bully.

Best, Max
– Sent from my Nexus One

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