By Ben Stallings on Fri, 01/29/2010
According to the Adobe Flash Platform Blog, the new iPad's Web browser, promoted as "the best browsing experience you've ever had," will not support Flash content any more than the current iPhone and iPod Touch browsers do. Says author Adrian Ludwig,
"without Flash support, iPad users will not be able to access the full range of web content, including over 70% of games and 75% of video on the web. If I want to use the iPad to connect to Disney, Hulu, Miniclip, Farmville, ESPN, Kongregate, or JibJab -- not to mention the millions of other sites on the web -- I'll be out of luck."
Now, I don't have the most recent version of the iPhone SDK, so it's possible this problem has already been resolved. If so, please set me straight. But until then, the best browsing experience will involve disabling the rich-text editor whenever you post to our site or tens of thousands of others.