Adobe has confirmed that it will produce a version of its popular Flash player for the iPhone 3G, pending Apple's approval of the technology.
At the Flash On The Beach conference in Brighton, U.K., Paul Petiem, the senior director of engineering at Adobe, confirmed that the company was developing an application that would enable Flash for the iPhone, according to Wired.
It had long been speculated that the iPhone would become Flash-capable, and the fact that it was not was one of the major gripes against the hyper-hot device. Previously, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said that Adobe's Flash player was not optimal for mobile devices like the iPhone.
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