Some of readers will remember that adobe announced a compiler application for the iPhone that would allows developers to write applications in Adobe CS5 for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Well it looks like this won’t be compatible with the iPhone OS 4.0, as Apple has locked the platform down, and developers will only be able to write applications for iPhone OS 4.0. in three programming languages.
This means that Adobes plans to help developers get applications on the iPhone OS using CS5 are pretty much stopped. It could also effect a number of large publishers like Conde Nast who had intended to use Adobe Air for their magazine applications for the iPad.
via EngadgetFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Technology News