Harry - 2:24 pm on Apr 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
Apple announced with its iPhone 4.0 OS that developers would have to stick with a few approved Apple dev tools and languages to make iPhone apps. Adobe which was planning on releasing a Flash to app feature in Flash CS5 is suspected of being the prime target of Apple's evermore closed system. Other third party development platforms and tools like Unity 3D have also been targeted.
Basically, Apple doesn't want developers to reuse the same code they use for iPhone apps for other platforms and mobile OS.
How typical... Can't wait to see how the Apple fanboy justify that one. Apple is getting closer to anti-trust territory everyday.