Adobe employee Antonio R. Flores recently claimed that his company won’t be rolling out a Windows Mobile 6.5.3 version of Flash 10.1, choosing to wait for Windows Phone 7 instead. Also, we learn that the final release for Android will be available mid-year.


Keep in mind that the devices using this technology must meet the minimum requirements, so Windows Phone 7 handsets will be perfect for it. Also, Windows Mobile 6.5 seems to lack support for some critical APIs right now, so that’s why it’ll skip this technology.

What about Apple, folks? Will it ever happen?

[via slashgear]

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